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Moronahua Indian Language (Moronawa)

Moronahua is a Panoan language of South America. Some linguists consider it a dialect of Yaminawa or Sharanahua.
Moronahua is spoken by 300 people in Brazil. It is an agglutinative language with SOV word order.

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Our Online Moronahua Materials

Moronahua Words:
    Our list of vocabulary words in the Moronawa language, with comparison to words in other Panoan languages.
Moronawa Pronunciation Guide:
    How to pronounce Moronawa words.

Moronahua Language Resources

La Lengua Marinahua:
    Information on Sharanawa and Moronahua including linguistic maps of Peru and South America. Page in Spanish.
Lenguas Pano:
    Spanish-language information on Morunawa and the Panoan languages.
Moronahua Language:
    Demographic information on Moronahua and Yaminahua from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Morunahua Language Tree:
    Theories about Yaminawa and Moronawa language relationships compiled by Linguist List.

Moronahua Culture and History Links

Last Indians of the Amazon:
    Article on the Mastanahua and Murunahua tribes of Peru and their struggles to survive in the modern day.
Marinahua Culture:
    Article on the history and traditions of the Marinawa tribe.

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