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Embera Indian Language (Emberá-Wounaan, Empera, Cholo, Pedea, Bedea)
Embera is a Chocoan language of South America.
Embera is spoken by around
80,000 people in Colombia and Panama. It has SOV word order.
Language map of Panama:
Maps showing where in Panama the Embera dialects are spoken.
Online Spanish-Embera glossary, with some audio clips of spoken words.
UDHR: Sia Pedee (Embera):
Translation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights into Embera.
Language Museum: Emberá-Saija:
Embera translation of a Bible passage.
La Lengua Emberá:
Embera language information including a linguistic map of Brazil. Page in Spanish.
House of Languages: Embera:
Information about Embera language usage.
AILLA: Embera AILLA: Wounmeu:
Archive of Embera language recordings available for download.
Northern Emberá Embera-Catio Embera-Baudo Embera-Chami Embera-Tado Epena:
Demographic information on Embera from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Encyclopedia articles on the Embera languages.
Emberá Language Tree:
Theories about Emberá's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
North Emberá Language Structures Embera Chami Language Structures Embera Catio Language Structures Epena Pedee Language Structures:
Embera linguistic profiles and academic bibliographies.
The Embera and Waounan:
Ethnography of the Embera and other indigenous people of Panama and Colombia.
Wikipedia: Emberá :
History and traditions of the Embera tribe.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Endangered Languages Project: Embera-Catio: Epena (Embera-Saija): Northern Embera Southern Embera:
Bibliography of language resources in different Embera dialects.
Encyclopedia articles on the Embera tribe.
Los Embera Los Emberas Pueblo Embera:
Information about the Embera Indians in Spanish.
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