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Piratapuyo Indian Language (Paicoca)
Piratapuyo is a Tucanoan language of South America.
Piratapuyo is spoken by 1000 people in Brazil and Colombia. It is a tone language with SOV word order.
Piratapuyo Linguistic Description Piratapuyo Orthography Piratapuyo Phonology:
Scanned-in Piratapuyo language materials from the Rosetta Project.
La Lengua Piratapuya:
Information on Piratapuyo including linguistic maps of South America. Page in Spanish.
Translation of the Lord's Prayer into Piratapuyo.
Language Museum: Piratapuyo Genesis in Piratapuya:
Translations of Bible passages into Piratapuyo.
House of Languages: Piratapuyo:
Information about Piratapuyo language usage.
Demographic information on Piratapuyo from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Wanano-Piratapuyo Language Tree:
Theories about Piratapuyo's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Piratapuyo Language Structures:
Piratapuyo linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
The Pira-Tapuya of Brazil:
Online ethnography of the Pira-Tapuya tribe.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Pueblo Piratapuyo Los Piratapuyo:
Information about the Piratapuyos in Spanish.
Povo Pira-Tapuya Os Piratapuias:
Information about the Piratapuyas in Portuguese.
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