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Moré Language (Itene, More)

Language: Moré, also known as Itene, is a Chapacuran language of South America, spoken by fewer than 100 people in northern Bolivia.

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More Language Resources

La Lengua Itene:
    Information on the More language, including a language map of Bolivia. Page in Spanish.
Itene (More):
    Demographic information on More from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Itene Language Tree:
    Theories about More's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
House of Languages: Moregene
     Information about More language usage in Spanish.

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Languages of the Amazon:
    Linguistic information about Moré and dozens of other Amazonian languages.

Links, References, and Additional Information

Wikipedia: Moré language of Bolivia:
Encyclopedia article on the More Indians and their language.
Los Moré * Pueblos Indigenos: Moré * Etnias de Bolivia: Moré:
Information about the More people and other tribes of Bolivia in Spanish.



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