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Siriono Indian Language (Mbia, Mbya)

Siriono is a Tupian language of South America.
Siriono is spoken by around 500 people in Bolivia.

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Siriono Language Resources

AILLA: Siriono:
    Archive of Siriono language recordings available for download.
Language Museum: Sirionó:
    Translation of a Bible passage into Siriono.
La Lengua Sirionó:
    Siriono language information including a linguistic map of Bolivia. Page in Spanish.
House of Languages: Sirionó:
    Information about Siriono language usage.
Siriono Language:
    Demographic information on Siriono from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Sirionó Language Tree:
    Theories about Siriono's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Sirionó Language Structures:
    Siriono linguistic profile and academic bibliography.

Links, References, and Additional Information

Siriono Gender Roles:
    Siriono Indian gender, sex, and childbearing traditions.
Pueblo Sirionó:
Information about the Sirionos in Spanish.

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