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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.

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Ocaina Language Resources

Ocaina Language Lessons and Linguistic Descriptions

Ocaina Phonology * Ocaina Orthography * Ocaina Grammar:
    Scanned-in Ocaina language materials from the Rosetta Project.
Wikipedia: Ocaina:
     Article on the Ocaina language including a phonemic inventory.
Okaina:
    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.
Ocaina:
    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.

Ocaina Culture and History

Ocaina Photographs:
    Picture gallery of the Ocaina tribe

Links, References, and Additional Information

  Wikipedia: Ocaina:
  Encyclopedia articles on the Ocaina language.
  Pueblo Ocaina * Los Ocaina:
  Information about the Ocainas in Spanish.



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