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Wari Indian Language (Pakaásnovos, Uomo)

Wari is a Chapacuran language of South America.
Wari is spoken by around 1500 people in Brazil.

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Wari Language Resources

House of Languages: Wari:
    Information about Wari language usage.
Ethnologue: Wari:
    Demographic information on the Wari language.
Urupá-Jarú Language Tree:
    Theories about Wari's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Wari' Language Structures:
    Wari linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
Lengua Orowari:
    Information about the Wari language in Spanish.



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