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Mojo Indian Language (Moxo, Mojeño, Moxeño, Ignaciano, Trinitario)
Mojo is an Arawakan language of South America,
spoken in Bolivia. The two major Mojo dialects, Ignaciano and Trinitario, are quite different from one another and
some linguists consider them distinct languages.
Our list of vocabulary words in the Mojo language, with comparison to words in other Arawakan languages.
House of Languages: Mojo Ignaciano: Mojo Trinitario:
Information about Trinitario and Ignaciano language usage.
Ignaciano Mojo Trinitario Mojo:
Demographic information on Mojo from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Mojo Ignaciano Language Ignaciano Vocabulary Ignaciano Phonology Ignaciano Grammar Ignaciano Bible Translation:
Scanned-in Ignaciano language materials from the Rosetta Project.
Ignaciano Mojo translation of the Lord's Prayer.
Ignaciano Language Tree Trinitario Language Tree:
Theories about Mojo's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Ignaciano Language Structures:
Ignaciano Moxo linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
La Lengua Moho:
Information on the Mojo language in Spanish.
Article on the history and traditions of the Mojo tribe.
Native Tradition, Jesuit Enterprise, and Secular Policy in Moxos:
Anthropology book on the interactions between the Mojos and the Jesuit missionaries.
Native American Indian Books:
Evolving list of books about Native Americans in general.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Encyclopedia articles on the Moxo tribe.
Los Moxeño de Bolivia Los Moxos:
Information about the Moxeños in Spanish.
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