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Zamuco Indian Language (Samuko)

Zamuco is an extinct Zamucoan language. It was closely related to the living language Ayoreo and is sometimes considered to be a dialect of the same language.
Zamuco was once spoken in Bolivia and Paraguay.

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Zamuco Language Resources

Lengua Zamuco
     Information on the Ayoreo and Zamuco languages, including linguistic maps of Bolivia and Paraguay. Page in Spanish.
Wikipedia: Zamuco:
     Brief encyclopedia entry on Zamuco.
Ayoreo/Zamuco Language Tree:
    Theories about Zamuco's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.

Zamuco Culture and History Links

Zamuco People:
     Encylopedia article on the Zamucos.

Links, References, and Additional Information

  Los Zamuco * Lenguas Zamucanas:
  Information about the Zamucos and their language in Spanish.



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