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Teribe Indian Language (Naso)

Teribe is a Chibchan language of Central America.
Teribe is spoken by 2000 people in Panama and Costa Rica.

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Teribe Language Resources

Teribe Words
     Our list of vocabulary words in the Teribe language, with comparison to words in other Chibchan languages.
Teribe Pronunciation Guide:
    How to pronounce Teribe words.
Teribe Numbers:
    Learn how to count in the Teribe language.
La Lengua Teribe
     Information on the Teribe language, including a linguistic map of Central America. Page in Spanish.
Teribe Language
     Demographic information on Teribe from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Teribe:
    Wikipedia article on the Teribe language.
Tiribí Language Tree:
    Theories about Teribe's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Teribe Language Structures:
    Teribe linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
A Grammar of Teribe:
    Teribe linguistics book for sale.

Teribe Culture and History Links

Cultures of Costa Rica
     Map showing the location of the Teribe and other indigenous Costa Rican tribes.
Language map of Panama:
    Maps showing where in Panama Teribe is spoken.
Teribe Culture:
    Article on the history and traditions of the Teribe tribe.
Panama Indigenous People:
    History of the Teribe tribe in Panama.
Panama Indians:
    Online ethnography of the Terraba and other Panama tribes.

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Los Indios Teribes de Panama:
    Spanish-language book about the Teribe Indians.

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Links, References, and Additional Information

  Endangered Languages Project: Teribe:
Bibliography of Teribe language resources.
  Los Teribes * Los Naso (Teribe):
   Information about the Teribes in Spanish.



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