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Yanomamo Indian Language (Guaica, Kobali)

Yanomamo is a Yanomam language of South America.
Yanomamo is spoken by around 18,000 people in Venezuela and Brazil.

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Yanomamo Language Resources

La Lengua Yanomamo:
    Yanomamo language information including linguistic maps of South America. Page in Spanish.
Ethnologue: Yanomamö:
    Demographic information on the Yanomamo language.
Yanomamö Language Tree:
    Theories about Yanomamo's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Yanaomamo Gender Roles:
    Yanomamo Indian gender, sex, and childbearing traditions.



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