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Nambikwara Indian Language (Nambiquara, Manduca, Manduka)

Nambikwara is a Nambiquaran language of South America.
Nambikwara is spoken by around 1000 people in Brazil. It is a tone language with SOV word order.

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Nambikwara Language Resources

Language Museum: Southern Nambikuára:
    Translation of Bible passages into Nambikwara.
Familia Nambikwara * Lengua Sararé * Lengua Kabishí * Lengua Nambikuara:
    Nambikwara language information including a linguistic map of Brazil. Page in Spanish.
House of Languages: Nambikwara:
    Information about Nambikwara language usage.
Ethnologue: Nambikuára:
    Demographic information on the Nambikuara language.
Wikipedia: Southern Nambikwára:
    Encyclopedia articles on the Nambikwara language.
Kithãulhú Language Tree:
    Theories about Nambikwara's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Nambikuára Language Structures:
    Nambikwara linguistic profile and academic bibliography.

Nambikwara Culture and History Links

Indigenous People of Brazil: Nambikwara:
    Online ethnography of the Nambikwara people.

Links, References, and Additional Information

  Wikipedia: Nambikwara:
  Encyclopedia articles on the Nambikwara Indians.
  Povo Nambikwara * Os Nambiquaras:
  Information about the Nambikwaras in Portuguese.

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