Mískito Indian Language (Mískitu, Mísquito, Bahwika, Wanki)
Miskito is an indigenous language of Central America, spoken by nearly 200,000 people in Nicaragua, Honduras and Belize.
Miskito, also known as Bahwika, Wangki, or Tawira, belongs to the
Misumalpan language family, which is considered by some linguists
to be a subset of the Chibchan language group.
Another 100,000 people speak a second language called Miskito Coastal Creole, which is a mixture of Miskito, English, Spanish,
and African languages that arose after colonization.