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Piaroa Indian Language (Guagua, Quaqua, Ature, Adole)
Piaroa is a Salivan language of South America.
Piaroa is spoken by around 12,000 people in
Venezuela and Colombia.
Lord's Prayer in Piaroa:
Translations of Christian prayers into the Piaroa language.
Piaroa language information including linguistic maps of Colombia and Venezuela. Page in Spanish.
House of Languages: Piaroa:
Information about Piaroa language usage.
Demographic information on the Piaroa language.
Brief Wikipedia article about the Piaroa language.
Piaroa Language Tree:
Theories about Piaroa's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Piaroa Language Structures:
Piaroa linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
Orinoco Online: De'aruwa:
Culture and traditions of the Piaroa, with photographs of Piaroa artifacts.
Trebol Festival Trebol Festival Part Two:
Recordings of traditional music from an intertribal ceremony of the Tepejuan, Piaroa, and Tarahumara people.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Encyclopedia artcles about the Piaroa tribe.
Information about the Piaroas in Spanish.
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