Native American language * Native American tribes * Translation to Indian

Zaparo Body Parts




níjiniakama



kuráma





'ijiáka




táuku



'ánaka







'ikiawáka





'iniáuka



kajasu






nájuka






'ítiumu



námijia




táwerekau




'atupáma

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