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Paipai Language (Akwa'ala)
Paipai is a Yuman language of northern Mexico, considered by some linguists to be a member of the larger
Hokan language family.
There are around 200 Paipai
speakers in Baja California today.
Our list of vocabulary words in the Paipai language, with comparison to words in other Hokan languages.
Archive of Paipai language recordings available for download.
Kuriut' Trab Pai Pai
An untranslated Paipai text.
Demographic information about Paipai from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Paipai Language Tree:
Theories about Paipai's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Notes on the Akwa'ala Indians of Lower California
Anthropological article from 1928, with linguistic and religious information and several legends.
Short article on the Paipai tribe.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Lengua Paipai Akwa'ala:
Paipai information in Spanish and other languages.
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