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Tamanaku Indian Language
Tamanaku is an extinct Cariban language of South America, once spoken
in Venezuela. It was similar to the living language Enepa.
Our list of vocabulary words in the Tamanaku language, with comparison to words in other Cariban languages.
Demographic information on the Tamanaku language.
Tamanaku Language Tree:
Theories about Tamanaku's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
La Lengua Mapoyo-Tamanaku:
Information on the Mapoyo and Tamanaku languages including a linguistic map of Venezuela. Page in Spanish.
Catholic Encyclopedia: Tamanac:
These articles are from 1907 and are often culturally biased, but this one includes some good information
about the little-known Tamanac tribe.
Native Legends of a Deluge:
Description of a flood myth of the Tamanacs.
Amalivaka, el mito caribe de la creación:
Information about the Tamanacos in Spanish.
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