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Culina Indian Language (Kulina, Kurina, Corina)
Culina is a Arauan language of South America. It is often called Kulina Madihá to distinguish it from the unrelated
language Kulina Pano, which was a Panoan language.
Culina is spoken by around 2500 people in
Brazil and Peru.
Culina is very similar to the Deni language, and some linguists consider the two to be dialects of a single language.
Both Culina and Deni have SOV word order.
Culina Language Culina Phonology Culina Orthography Culina Text Culina Genesis Translation:
Scanned-in Kulina language texts from the Rosetta Project.
La Lengua Kulina:
Culina language information including linguistic maps of Peru and Brazil. Page in Spanish.
Archive of Culina language recordings available for download.
Demographic information on the Culina language.
House of Languages: Culina:
Information about Culina language usage.
Kulina Language Tree:
Theories about Culina's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Culina Language Structures:
Culina Madija linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
History and traditions of the Culina tribe.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Encyclopedia articles on the Culina language.
Os Kulina Os Madiha:
Information about the Kulinas in Portuguese.
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