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Mangue Indian Language

Mangue is an extinct Oto-Manguean language once spoken in Nicaragua. It was closely related to the Chorotega language of Costa Rica, and the two may have been dialects of a single language.

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Mangue Language Resources

Our Online Mangue Materials

Mangue Words:
     Our list of vocabulary words in the Mangue language.
Mangue Animal Words:
     Illustrated glossary of animal words in the Mangue language.
Mangue Colors:
    Worksheet showing color words in the Mangue language.

Mangue Language Lessons and Linguistic Descriptions

Notes on the Mangue; an extinct dialect formerly spoken in Nicaragua:
     Online text of an 1885 book on the Mangue tribe and their language.
AILLA: Mangue:
    Archive of Mangue language recordings available for download.
Ethnologue: Chorotega:
    Demographic information about the Chorotega and Mangue languages.
Mangue Language Tree:
    Theories about Mangue's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.

Links, References, and Additional Information

   Mangue language * Chorotega/Mangue:
    Encyclopedia articles about the Mangues.
   Lengua Mangue:
    Information on the Mangue language in Spanish.



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