Cashinahua Language (/m/02815mv)

Cashinahua, or Hantxa Kuin, Huni Kui, is an indigenous American language of western South America which belongs to the Panoan language family. It is spoken by about 1,600 Cashinahua people in Perú along the Curanja and Purus rivers; and in Brazil by 400 Cashinahua people in the state of Acre. About five to ten percent of Cashinahua speakers have some Spanish language proficiency, while forty percent are literate and twenty to thirty percent are literate in Spanish as a second language. Dialects are Brazilian Kashinawa, Peruvian Kashinawa, and the extinct Juruá Kapanawa and Paranawa.
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Human Language
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Keys
  • /authority/iso/639_3/cbs
  • /base/rosetta/iso639-3/cbs
  • /wikipedia/en/Cashinahua
  • /wikipedia/en/Cashinahua_language
  • /wikipedia/en/Cashinawa_language
  • /wikipedia/en/Caxinahua
  • /wikipedia/en/Ibuaçu_Kashinawa_language
  • /wikipedia/en/ISO_639:cbs
  • /wikipedia/en/Jurua_Capanahua_language
  • /wikipedia/en/Jurua_Kapanawa_language
  • /wikipedia/en/Kashinawa_language
  • /wikipedia/en/Kaxinawá_language
  • /wikipedia/en/Parannawa_language
  • /wikipedia/fr/Cashinahua
  • /wikipedia/hr/Kashinawa_jezik
  • /wikipedia/ru/Кашинауа
  • /wikipedia/ru/Кашинауа_(язык)
  • /wikipedia/ru/Кашинахуа
  • /wikipedia/ru/Южный_кашинава
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