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Ocaina Indian Language (Okaina)
Ocaina is a Witotoan
language of South America.
Ocaina is still spoken by only around 50 people in Peru. It is a tone language most closely related to Witoto.
Ocaina Language Lessons and Linguistic Descriptions
Peru Linguistic Map Tribes and Languages of Peru:
Maps showing the areas in South America where Ocaina is spoken.
Ocaina Phonology Ocaina Orthography Ocaina Grammar:
Scanned-in Ocaina language materials from the Rosetta Project.
Article on the Ocaina language including a phonemic inventory.
Ocaina language information including linguistic maps of Peru. Page in Spanish.
Language Museum: Ocaina Okaina Genesis Translation:
Bible passages in the Okaina language.
House of Languages: Ocaina:
Information about Ocaina language usage.
Demographic information on Ocaina from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Ocaina Language Tree:
Theories about Ocaina's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Ocaina Language Structures:
Ocaina linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
Picture gallery of the Ocaina tribe
Links, References, and Additional Information
Encyclopedia articles on the Ocaina language.
Pueblo Ocaina Cultura Ocaina Lengua Ocaina Los Ocaina:
Information about the Ocainas in Spanish.
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