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Puinave Indian Language
Puinave is a language isolate of South America, not known to be related to any other living language.
Some linguists believe it may be related to the Maku languages.
Puinave is spoken by around 2000 people in Columbia and Venezuela.
Wikipedia article about the Puinave language.
House of Languages: Puinave:
Information about Puinave language usage.
Demographic information about Puinave from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Orinoco Online: Puinave:
Culture and traditions of the Puinave, with photographs of Puinave artifacts.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Overview of the Puinave language in Spanish.
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