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Kaingang Indian Language

Kaingang is an extinct Ge language of South America.
It was once spoken in Brazil. Like several other rainforest tribes of Brazil, the Kaingang people have sometimes also been known by the generic name Coroado.

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Kaingang Language Resources

Kaingang Alphabet:
    Phonological inventory of the Kaingang language, with a sample text.
Lord's Prayer in Kaingáng:
    Translations of Christian prayers into the Kaingang language.
Wikipedia: Kaingáng:
    Encyclopedia article about the Kaingang language.
House of Languages: Kaingang:
    Information about Kaingang language usage.
     Demographic information about Kaingang from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Kaingang Language Tree:
    Theories about Kaingang's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.

Links, References, and Additional Information

  Wikipedia: Kaingang:
  Encyclopedia articles about the Kaingang people.
  Lengua Kaingang:
  Overview of the Kaingang language in Spanish.

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