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  • Cayman Islands - Status | Ethnologue
    Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition About Ethnologue Abbreviations Bibliography Credits Downloads FAQ Other Products Ethnoblog Language of the Day Print Edition 17th Edition 16th Edition 15th Edition 14th Edition 13th Edition Related Sites SIL org ScriptSource ISO 639 3 Contact SIL International Publications 7500 West Camp Wisdom

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  • Chile - Languages | Ethnologue
    as Macro Chibchan Classification Language isolate More Information Mapudungun arn Araucanía Bío Bío Los Lagos and Los Ríos regions central south Arauco Bío Bío Valdivia Osorno 250 000 in Chile Crevels 2007 Population total all countries 258 620 Ethnic population 604 000 2002 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Araucana Araucano pej Mapuche Mapudungu Dialects Moluche Manzanero Ngoluche Pehuenche Picunche Easy intelligibility among dialects Pehuenche and Moluche are reportedly very similar Classification Mapudungu Comments Ethnic autonym Mapuche Traditional religion Christian More Information Qawasqar alc Magallanes y Antártica Chilena region West Patagonia Channel Region Isle of Wellington off south Chilean coast 49 degrees south Center is Puerto Edén 12 2006 O Aguilera 10 in Puerto Edén Ethnic population 2 620 2002 census Status 8b Nearly extinct Alternate Names Alacaluf Alacalufe Halakwulup Kaweskar Kawesqar Dialects Aksanás Aksana Dialects are generally divided into three groups northern central and southern of which only the northern is still spoken Barros 1990 Classification Kaweskaran Comments Aksanás has been shown by Clairis to be a misinterpretation of old Qawasqar it is a phantom Campbell and Grondona 2012 More Information Quechua Chilean cqu Antofagasta region 8 200 2006 Status 6a Vigorous Dialects None known May be intelligible of or same as South Bolivian Quechua quh A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Peripheral Quechua Chinchay Southern Chinchay Southern Peruvian Quechua More Information Rapa Nui rap Valparaíso Region Easter Island 3 800 km from Chile 4 000 km from Tahiti 2 400 in Chile Wurm 2007 Population total all countries 2 700 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Easter Island Pascuense Rapanui Dialects None known Lexical similarity 64 with Hawaiian haw Mangareva mrv and Rarotongan rar 63 with Marquesan mrq 62 with Tahitian tah and Tuamotuan pmt Classification Austronesian Malayo Polynesian Central Eastern Malayo Polynesian Eastern Malayo Polynesian Oceanic Central

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  • Chile - Status | Ethnologue
    Threatened Aymara Central ayr 6b Threatened 19 000 in Chile Fabre 2007 Ethnic population 48 500 2002 About half have some knowledge of the language Crevels 2007 Mapudungun arn 6b Threatened 250 000 in Chile Crevels 2007 Population total all countries 258 620 Ethnic population 604 000 2002 Rapa Nui rap 6b Threatened 2 400 in Chile Wurm 2007 Population total all countries 2 700 8a Moribund Huilliche huh 8a Moribund 2 000 1982 SIL Ethnic population 17 000 On the outer Island of Cholé 8b Nearly extinct Qawasqar alc 8b Nearly extinct 12 2006 O Aguilera 10 in Puerto Edén Ethnic population 2 620 2002 census Yámana yag 8b Nearly extinct 1 in Chile 2013 Y Meroz One elderly speaker in Ukika 85 years old 2013 Y Meroz Ethnic population 1 690 2002 census 9 Dormant Kunza kuz 9 Dormant No known L1 speakers Ethnic population 21 000 2002 census Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation Ethnologue Products Languages of Chile An Ethnologue Country Report 23 pp 9 95 Browse all products Amazon Recommendations Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same

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  • Colombia - Languages | Ethnologue
    A i A ingae Kofan Kofane Dialects Aguarico Santa Rosa Classification Language isolate Comments Traditional religion Christian More Information Colombian Sign Language csn Scattered Status 5 Developing Dialects None known Some signs reportedly similar to those in sign languages of El Salvador Spain and the United States Classification Deaf sign language Comments Began 1929 More Information Coxima kox Arauca and Casanare departments No known L1 speakers Status 10 Extinct Alternate Names Koxima Classification Unclassified More Information Coyaima coy Tolima Department No known L1 speakers Status 10 Extinct Classification Cariban Yukpa More Information Cubeo cub Vaupés Department Vaupés Cuduyari Querarí rivers and tributaries possibly some in Guainía Department 6 100 in Colombia Civallero 2008 increasing Population total all countries 6 260 610 monolinguals Status 3 Wider communication Cubeo is lingua franca for northwest Vaupés area and Tucano tuo is the lingua franca for the southeast section Alternate Names Cuveo Hehenawa Hipnwa Kobeua Kobewa Kubwa Pamiwa Classification Tucanoan Central Tucanoan Comments Exogamous marriage pattern with speakers of other languages Decrease in infant mortality has caused an increase in population Traditional religion Christian More Information Cuiba cui Arauca Department Cravo Norte municipality Casanare Department Capanaparo rivers and tributaries El Merey Esmeralda Santa María Betania Mochuelo San José de Ariporo also in Vichada Department along south bank of Meta river 2 200 in Colombia Civallero 2008 Population total all countries 2 850 1 500 monolinguals Ethnic population 2 280 Crevels 2007 Status 5 Developing Alternate Names Chiricoa Cuiba Wámonae Cuiva Hiwi Maiben Dialects Amaruwa Amorua Chiricoa Chiripo Siripu Wupiwi Masiware Masiguare Mayayero Mochuelo Casanare Cuiba Tampiwi Mariposas Yarahuuraxi Capanapara 8 dialects in Venezuela and Colombia Classification Guajiboan Comments Seminomadic bands More Information Cumeral cum Guainía Department No known L1 speakers Status 10 Extinct Classification Maipurean Unclassified More Information Curripaco kpc Guainía Department Isana and Inírida rivers headwaters of the Río Negro also in Inírida Barrio La Primavera Vaupés Department Mitu and Papunahua minicipalities 7 000 in Colombia Civallero 2008 Population total all countries 11 880 Ethnic population 7 060 Crevels 2007 Status 5 Developing Alternate Names Curipaco Karrupaku Koripako Kuripaco Kurripaco Waquenia Dialects None known Reportedly similar to Baniwa bwi Classification Maipurean Northern Upper Amazon Eastern Nawiki Karu Comments The ethnic group is related to the Puinave pui and Piapoco pio 2011 C Suárez More Information Desano des Vaupes Department Vaupés river tributaries Papurí and Abiyu rivers Papurí tributaries Pacá Macú Parana and others Villa Fátima village and Montfort Piracuara Acaricuara and Teresita missions 2 460 in Colombia 2001 census Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Boleka Desána Dessana Kotedia Kusibi Oregu Wina Wira Classification Tucanoan Eastern Tucanoan Desano Siriano More Information Emberá Northern emp Chocó and Antioquia departments Atrato river basin also inland from Cabo Corrientes north to Jurado Pacific coast 49 700 in Colombia 2001 census Status 5 Developing Alternate Names Atrato Cholo Darién Eberã Eberã Bed ea Emperã Eperã Pedea Panama Embera Sambú Classification Chocoan Emberá Northern Emberá Comments Ethnic autonym Embena Embera Epena people used by all Chocoan peoples except Waunana to refer to themselves Traditional religion Christian More Information Emberá Baudó bdc Chocó Department Baudó river basin and Pacific coastal rivers between Cabo Corrientes north towards Northern Embera language area 5 000 1995 SIL Ethnic population Total Emberá in Colombia 71 000 Arango Ochoa and Sánchez Gutierrez 1998 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Baudó Catrú Dialects None known Somewhat intelligible with Northern Emberá emp and Epena sja Classification Chocoan Emberá Southern Emberá More Information Emberá Catío cto Antioquia Córdoba and Chocó departments upper Sinu San Jorge San Pedro and Murri rivers 15 000 in Colombia 1992 SIL Population total all countries 15 040 13 500 monolinguals Ethnic population Total Emberá in Colombia 71 000 Arango Ochoa and Sánchez Gutierrez 1998 Status 6a Vigorous Alternate Names Catio Embena Eyabida Katio Classification Chocoan Emberá Northern Emberá Comments Catio is sometimes used for other Chocoan groups More Information Emberá Chamí cmi Departments of Valle del Cauca Risaralda Antioquia Chocó and Caldas including Caramanta municipality 5 510 2001 DNP Ethnic population Total Emberá in Colombia 71 000 Arango Ochoa and Sánchez Gutierrez 1998 Status 5 Developing Alternate Names Chami Classification Chocoan Emberá Southern Emberá More Information Emberá Tadó tdc Chocó Department in the Upper San Juan Region and in the Pared and Parecito Reservation near Certegüi also in Risaralda Department 2 300 2014 SIL Ethnic population Total Emberá in Colombia 71 000 Arango Ochoa and Sánchez Gutierrez 1998 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Cholo Êpêra Katío Classification Chocoan Emberá Southern Emberá Comments Secluded More Information Epena sja South Pacific coast Cauca Nariño and Valle del Cauca departments 2 separate areas 3 500 in Colombia 2004 IMB increasing Population total all countries 3 750 Status 4 Educational Alternate Names Cholo Embera Emberá Saija Epená Saija Saija Southern Empera Dialects Basurudó Classification Chocoan Emberá Southern Emberá Comments Traditional religion Christian More Information Guahibo guh Plains region mainly Vichada and eastern Meta departments border areas in Casanare Guaviare Arauca and Guainía departments 23 000 in Colombia Arango Ochoa and Sánchez Gutierrez 1998 Population total all countries 34 200 9 200 monolinguals Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Goahibo Goahiva Guaigua Guajibo Guayba Sicuani pej Sikuani pej Wahibo Dialects Amorua Rio Tomo Guahibo Guahibo Sikuani Tigrero Vichadeño Guahiban languages may not be within Arawakan Classification Guajiboan Guajibo Comments Río Tomo Guahibo are nomadic Traditional religion Christian More Information Guambiano gum Cauca Department on western slopes of Andean Cordillera Central Silvia Jambaló Totoró Caldono and Toribío municipalities and on the banks of Piendamó river 21 000 Civallero 2008 increasing 2 100 monolinguals Status 5 Developing Alternate Names Guambia Moguex Classification Paezan Coconuco Comments Christian traditional religion More Information Guanano gvc Vaupés Department south bank Vaupés river towards Mitu town 300 in Colombia Arango Ochoa and Sánchez Gutierrez 1998 Ethnic population 1 170 Crevels 2007 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Anana Kótedia Kotiria Uanano Wanana Wanano Classification Tucanoan Eastern Tucanoan Comments The Guanano move back and forth across the border with Brazil More Information Guayabero guo Meta and Guaviare departments Upper Guaviare River 1 000 Civallero 2008 Ethnic population 2 000 2007 N López Status 5 Developing Alternate Names Cunimía Jiw Mítua Mítus Classification Guajiboan Comments Marriage within their own community 5 urban 95 rural Traditional religion More Information Huitoto Minica hto Caquetá and Amazonas departments along Caquetá river basin at Isla de los Monos into Putumayo Department Leguizamo minicipality Caguan river area near Sanvicente del Caguan unconfirmed 6 800 2002 A Bríñez Status 5 Developing Alternate Names Meneca Minica Classification Witotoan Proto Huitoto Ocaina Early Huitoto Proto Minica Murai More Information Huitoto Murui huu Amazonas Putumayo and Caquetá departments between Putumayo and Caquetá rivers north of Porto Arturo 6 800 in Colombia 2002 A Bríñez Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Bue Witoto Classification Witotoan Proto Huitoto Ocaina Early Huitoto Proto Minica Murai More Information Hupdë jup Vaupés Department Papurí and Tiquié river systems 240 in Colombia Crevels 2007 Ethnic population 240 Crevels 2007 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Hup Hupdá Makú pej Jupdá Macú pej Macú de Tucano pej Makú Hupdá pej Ubdé Classification Puinavean Hupda Comments Subservient to Tucanoan Indians Some nomadic between Colombia and Brazil More Information Inga inb Northwest Putumayo and southeast Nariño departments some in Cauca Department Piamonte and Santa Rosa municipalities 1 000 in Bogotá some in regional capitals 18 000 in Colombia Civallero 2008 Dispersed in various regions adopted commerce as a survival strategy Crevels 2007 Population total all countries 22 000 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Highland Inga Dialects Aponte Inga San Andrés Inga Santiago Inga Partially intelligible with Imbabura Quichua qvi of Ecuador Aponte Inga dialect is most distinct Classification Quechuan Peripheral Quechua Chinchay Northern Chinchay More Information Inga Jungle inj Putumayo Cauca and Nariño departments upper Caquetá and Putumayo rivers 11 200 2007 OCIP Status 6a Vigorous Alternate Names Ingano Lowland Inga Mocoa Dialects Guayuyaco Yunguillo Condagua Reportedly most similar to Highland Inga inb Distinct from Napo Quechua qvo Classification Quechuan Peripheral Quechua Chinchay Northern Chinchay More Information Islander Creole English icr San Andrés y Providencia Islands 12 000 1981 SIL Status 6a Vigorous Alternate Names Bende San Andrés Creole Dialects None known Reportedly very similar to Belize Creole English bzj Classification Creole English based Atlantic Western More Information Kogi kog Magdalena and La Guajira departments north east and west slopes of Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta 9 910 2004 DNP Nearly all monolingual Status 6a Vigorous Alternate Names Cagaba Coghui Cogui Kagaba Kaggaba Kogui Classification Chibchan Chibchan B Eastern Chibchan Colombian Northern Colombian Arhuacan Comments Traditional religion More Information Koreguaje coe Caqueta Department Orteguaza and Caquetá rivers and tributaries also in Putumayo Department Puerto Guzman municipality 2 100 Civallero 2008 Speakers of Koreguaje represent a fusion of various ethnic groups Also spoken by Inga Witoto Carijona and Tama Crevels 2007 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Caquetá Chaocha Pai Coreguaja Coreguaje Correguaje Ko reuaju Korewahe Classification Tucanoan Western Tucanoan Comments Caquetá is name of the river not the people More Information Kuna Border kvn North coast region near Panama isthmus Antioquia Department along east and west banks of the Gulf of Uraba Chocó Department Arquía 2 600 in Colombia 2012 SIL Population total all countries 3 500 Status 5 Developing Alternate Names Caiman Nuevo Colombia Cuna Cuna Paya Pucuro Dialects None known Classification of Kuna uncertain may be an isolate with some Chibchan features Classification Chibchan Chibchan B Eastern Chibchan Cuna More Information Macaguaje mcl Lower Putumayo Department tributaries of Caquetá River No known L1 speakers Ethnic population 50 Crevels 2007 Status 9 Dormant Classification Tucanoan Western Tucanoan Macaguaje Comments A few still maintain group identity More Information Macaguán mbn Arauca Department Tame and Puerto Rondon municipalities Casanare Department Hato Corozal municipality along Casanare river other scattered locations 300 Civallero 2008 Most are monolingual Ethnic population 540 Crevels 2007 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Agualinda Guahibo Hitnü Macaguane Macaguane Hitnu Dialects None known Unintelligible to other Guahibo variety speakers Classification Guajiboan Guajibo Comments Small groups Semi nomadic More Information Macuna myy Vaupés Department lower Pira Parana Apaporis tributaries and Mirití Paraná 1 000 in Colombia Civallero 2008 Population total all countries 1 170 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Buhagana Emoa Ide Jepa Matsi Makuna Makuna Erulia Paneroa Roea Suroa Tabotiro Jejea Umua Wuhána Yeba Yepá Mahsá Classification Tucanoan Eastern Tucanoan More Information Malayo mbp La Guajira and Cesar departments south and east slopes of Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta 1 850 Crevels 2007 Ethnic population 1 850 Crevels 2007 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Arosario Arsario Damana Guamaca Guamaka Maracasero Marocasero Sancá Sanja Sanka Wamaka Wiwa Classification Chibchan Chibchan B Eastern Chibchan Colombian Northern Colombian Arhuacan Southern and Eastern Arhuacan Guamaca Atanque More Information Muinane bmr Amazonas Department Puerto Santander municipality south of Caquetá river Caqueta Department between Caqueta and Yari rivers 150 2007 F Cuéllar Ethnic population 550 Crevels 2007 Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names Muename Muinana Muinani Classification Witotoan Proto Bora Muinane Comments Not the same as Muinane Huitoto hux More Information Natagaimas nts Tolima Department No known L1 speakers Status 10 Extinct Classification Unclassified More Information Nhengatu yrl Far southeast Guainía Department on Rio Negro 2 separated areas Vaupés Department Caruru and Yavarate municipalities 8 000 in Colombia 2004 IMB Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names Geral Modern Tupi Nheengatu Nyengato Waengatu Yeral Classification Tupian Tupí Guaraní Tupí Tupí More Information Nonuya noj Amazonas Department Puerto Santander municipality Peña Roja 3 in Colombia 2007 J Echeverri Population total all countries 4 Ethnic population 90 Ethnic population covers both Colombia and Peru Status 8b Nearly extinct Classification Witotoan More Information Nukak Makú mbr Jungle region between Guaviare and Inírida rivers up to Mapiripan Near Charco Caimán 700 2010 A Gonzalez 400 monolinguals Status 6a Vigorous Alternate Names Guaviare Maczsa Nukak Dialects None known Sometimes considered the same language as Kakua cbv as they share a large percentage of their lexicon and supposedly are mutually intelligible Crevels 2007 Classification Puinavean Cacua Comments Evasive hunters More Information Ocaina oca Amazonas Department Upper Igará Paraná and tributaries 140 in Colombia Arango Ochoa and Sánchez Gutierrez 1998 Status 8a Moribund Alternate Names Okaina Dialects Dukaiya Ibo tsa Classification Witotoan Proto Huitoto Ocaina More Information Omejes ome Vaupés Department No known L1 speakers Status 10 Extinct Classification Maipurean Unclassified More Information Páez pbb Cauca Huila and Tolima departments central Andes range Popayán area 40 000 Crevels 2007 Ethnic population 119 000 Crevels 2007 Status 6b Threatened Dialects Paniquita Panikita Pitayo Classification Paezan Paezan Comments Christian More Information Palenquero pln Bolivar Department San Basilio de Palenque village southeast of Cartagena Atlántico Department small border area and 2 neighborhoods in Barranquilla 500 Holm 1989 Ethnic population 3 500 Status 8a Moribund Alternate Names Lengua Palenque Dialects None known Linguistic influences from Koongo kng in Democratic Republic of the Congo Hancock 1987 Classification Creole Spanish based Comments People are culturally distinct from nearby Spanish spa speakers Palenque is Spanish for a fortified village of runaway slaves More Information Piapoco pio Vichada Department river region between the Vichada and Guaviare rivers Guainía Department small areas bordering the Guaviare south bank 4 930 in Colombia 2007 Moyano Population total all countries 6 380 Ethnic population 4 930 2007 Status 5 Developing Dialects None known Very similar to Guarequena gae Crevels 2007 Classification Maipurean Northern Upper Amazon Western Nawiki Piapoco More Information Piaroa pid Extreme east of Vaupés Department on the border with Venezuela on the banks of the smaller tributaries of the Manaveni Vichada Guaviare and Zama rivers Selva de Matavén Resguardo Matavén Fruta 80 in Colombia 1991 W Adelaar Ethnic population 800 Crevels 2007 Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names Adole Ature Guagua Kuakua Maco Quaqua Dearuwa Wo tiheh Classification Sálivan Piaroa Maco More Information Pijao pij Tolima Department No known L1 speakers Status 10 Extinct Alternate Names Piajao Dialects None known Not enough data to classify it linguistically 1973 M Durbin Classification Unclassified More Information Piratapuyo pir Vaupés Department Yavarate municipality Papurí and lower Vaupés rivers most near Roman Catholic mission at Teresita 450 in Colombia Ethnic population 630 Crevels 2007 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Uaikena Urubu Tapuya Waikino Classification Tucanoan Eastern Tucanoan More Information Playero gob Arauca Department Venezuela border banks of Arauca river from Gaviotas Island to Arauca 150 in Colombia Crevels 2007 Population total all countries 350 Ethnic population 160 Crevels 2007 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Pepojivi Rio Arauca Guahibo Dialects None known Low intelligibility of other Guahibo Classification Guajiboan Guajibo Comments Many have fields in Venezuela More Information Ponares pod No known L1 speakers Status 10 Extinct Classification Maipurean Unclassified Comments A Sáliba surname Might have been a Piapoco or Achagua subgroup More Information Providencia Sign Language prz San Andrés y Providencia island off Nicaraguan coast 19 Washabaugh 1986 Known by most people on the island including 19 born deaf out of 2 500 to 3 000 population Washabaugh 1986 Status 8b Nearly extinct Dialects Not exposed to other sign languages East differs from west with some variation between villages Classification Deaf sign language Comments High deaf population probably caused by in breeding Deaf fairly well integrated into daily activities More Information Puinave pui Guainía and Vichada departments Inírida river and tributaries 2 000 in Colombia Civallero 2008 Population total all countries 2 880 Ethnic population 5 380 Crevels 2007 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Puinabe Dialects None known Related to Macú Ruhlen and others Classification Puinavean More Information Quichua Napo Lowland qvo Putumayo river Undetermined number in Colombia Status 5 Developing Alternate Names Lowland Napo Quechua Classification Quechuan Peripheral Quechua Chinchay Northern Chinchay More Information Romani Vlax rmy 4 850 in Colombia 2005 census Several hundred thousand in Latin America Hancock 1984 Status 5 Developing Classification Indo European Indo Iranian Indo Aryan Central zone Romani Vlax Comments Christian More Information Runa rna Cauca Department No known L1 speakers Status 10 Extinct Classification Chocoan More Information Sáliba slc Casanare Vichadad Meta and Arauca departments upstream from confluence of Meta and Casanare rivers 1 300 in Colombia Civallero 2008 Population total all countries 1 550 Ethnic population 1 900 2004 DNP Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names Sáliva Classification Sálivan More Information Siona snn Putumayo Department along Putumayo river and its tributaries between Poñuna Blanca and Poñuna Negra in the Resguardo Buenavista as well as in El Tablero 200 in Colombia Civallero 2008 Population total all countries 500 Ethnic population 730 2001 Guía Etnográfica de Colombia Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names Ceona Ganteya Ganteyabain Kanú Koka Pioche Sioni Pioje Sioni Zeona Dialects None known Ethnically different from the Secoya sey but they use the same language Paicoca 2011 W Largo Lexical similarity 95 with Secoya sey 2007 W Largo Classification Tucanoan Western Tucanoan Macaguaje Comments Those in Ecuador consider themselves Colombians Distinct from Secoya Siona Secoya sey More Information Siriano sri Vaupés Department 3 separate areas near the Vaupes River south and west of Mitu town 200 in Colombia Civallero 2008 Population total all countries 217 Ethnic population 750 2001 Guía Etnográfica de Colombia Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Chiranga Cirnga Si Ra Sura Masa Dialects None known Lexical similarity 90 with Desano des but the 2 languages diverge in their use of grammatical suffixes Crevels 2007 Classification Tucanoan Eastern Tucanoan Desano Siriano Comments Ethnic differences are important due to the system of exogamy and persons are identified by L1 of father Traditional religion Christian More Information Spanish spa 41 000 000 in Colombia 2014 L2 users 70 500 in Colombia 2014 Status 1 National Statutory national language 1991 Constitution Article 10 Classification Indo European Italic Romance Italo Western Western Gallo Iberian Ibero Romance West Iberian Castilian More Information Tama ten Caquetá Department Vicente Orteguaza river No known L1 speakers Status 10 Extinct Alternate Names Jabaal Dialects Possibly a dialect of Koreguaje coe Classification Tucanoan Western Tucanoan More Information Tanimuca Retuarã tnc Vaupés and Amazonas departments Guacayá and Oiyaka rivers tributaries of the Mirití Paraná Mirití Paraná Apaporis and Popeyaca rivers near mouth of Pira river below Popeyaca 300 1976 SIL 180 Tanimuca Retuarã more monolingual than Tanimuca Ethnic population 1 800 Crevels 2007 Status

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  • Colombia - Status | Ethnologue
    2009 T Malone Cofán con 6b Threatened 1 500 in Colombia Civallero 2008 decreasing Many monolinguals Desano des 6b Threatened 2 460 in Colombia 2001 census Emberá Baudó bdc 6b Threatened 5 000 1995 SIL Ethnic population Total Emberá in Colombia 71 000 Arango Ochoa and Sánchez Gutierrez 1998 Emberá Tadó tdc 6b Threatened 2 300 2014 SIL Ethnic population Total Emberá in Colombia 71 000 Arango Ochoa and Sánchez Gutierrez 1998 Guahibo guh 6b Threatened 23 000 in Colombia Arango Ochoa and Sánchez Gutierrez 1998 Population total all countries 34 200 9 200 monolinguals Guanano gvc 6b Threatened 300 in Colombia Arango Ochoa and Sánchez Gutierrez 1998 Ethnic population 1 170 Crevels 2007 Huitoto Murui huu 6b Threatened 6 800 in Colombia 2002 A Bríñez Hupdë jup 6b Threatened 240 in Colombia Crevels 2007 Ethnic population 240 Crevels 2007 Inga inb 6b Threatened 18 000 in Colombia Civallero 2008 Dispersed in various regions adopted commerce as a survival strategy Crevels 2007 Population total all countries 22 000 Koreguaje coe 6b Threatened 2 100 Civallero 2008 Speakers of Koreguaje represent a fusion of various ethnic groups Also spoken by Inga Witoto Carijona and Tama Crevels 2007 Macaguán mbn 6b Threatened 300 Civallero 2008 Most are monolingual Ethnic population 540 Crevels 2007 Macuna myy 6b Threatened 1 000 in Colombia Civallero 2008 Population total all countries 1 170 Malayo mbp 6b Threatened 1 850 Crevels 2007 Ethnic population 1 850 Crevels 2007 Páez pbb 6b Threatened 40 000 Crevels 2007 Ethnic population 119 000 Crevels 2007 Piratapuyo pir 6b Threatened 450 in Colombia Ethnic population 630 Crevels 2007 Playero gob 6b Threatened 150 in Colombia Crevels 2007 Population total all countries 350 Ethnic population 160 Crevels 2007 Puinave pui 6b Threatened 2 000 in Colombia Civallero 2008 Population total all countries 2 880 Ethnic population 5 380 Crevels 2007 Siriano sri 6b Threatened 200 in Colombia Civallero 2008 Population total all countries 217 Ethnic population 750 2001 Guía Etnográfica de Colombia Tanimuca Retuarã tnc 6b Threatened 300 1976 SIL 180 Tanimuca Retuarã more monolingual than Tanimuca Ethnic population 1 800 Crevels 2007 Ticuna tca 6b Threatened 6 600 in Colombia Civallero 2008 Ethnic population 6 600 Crevels 2007 Tucano tuo 6b Threatened Tucano is the lingua franca for southeast Vaupés section and Cubeo cub is the lingua franca for the northwest area 2 000 in Colombia Ethnic population 6 800 Civallero 2008 Tunebo Barro Negro tbn 6b Threatened 300 1981 SIL Ethnic population All ethnic Tunebos 7 010 Crevels 2007 Tuyuca tue 6b Threatened 350 in Colombia 1995 SIL Population total all countries 940 Ethnic population 570 Crevels 2007 Yukpa yup 6b Threatened 3 000 in Colombia 2009 W Largo Population total all countries 6 020 600 monolinguals Ethnic population 3 530 Arango Ochoa 1998 7 Shifting Andoque ano 7 Shifting 370 2007 B Pencue decreasing 10 000 in 1908 Landaburu 1979 50 monolinguals Ethnic population 520 Crevels 2007 Bora boa 7 Shifting 100 in Colombia Crevels 2007 Ethnic population 660

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  • Colombia - Maps | Ethnologue
    Recommendations Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition About Ethnologue Abbreviations Bibliography Credits Downloads FAQ Other Products Ethnoblog Language of the Day Print Edition 17th Edition 16th Edition 15th Edition 14th Edition 13th Edition Related Sites SIL org ScriptSource ISO

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  • Costa Rica - Languages | Ethnologue
    Information Costa Rican Sign Language csr Scattered Status 6a Vigorous Dialects Older and younger dialects differ due to influence from ASL ase starting in the 1970s 2008 C Ramirez Lexical similarity 60 with ASL ase Classification Deaf sign language More Information Limón Creole English jam Limón province East of San José principally railroad area between Siquirres and Limón road south of Limón 55 100 in Costa Rica 1986 Status 6a Vigorous Alternate Names Southwestern Caribbean Creole English Classification Creole English based Atlantic Western Comments Jamaican migrants settled in Limón and Panama middle of the 19th century so those varieties are similar Some say they do not understand Islander Creole English icr of San Andrés More Information Maléku Jaíka gut Northern lowlands in Alajuela Province two main reservations Tonjibe and Margarita 750 2000 Ethnic population 1 070 2000 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Guatuso Classification Chibchan Chibchan B Votic More Information Ngäbere gym Puntarenas province 5 100 in Costa Rica 2000 Ethnic population 5 360 2000 Status 5 Developing Alternate Names Guaymí Classification Chibchan Chibchan A Guaymiíc More Information Plautdietsch pdt Heredia Province Sarapiqui area 2 000 in Costa Rica Salminen 2007 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Low German Mennonite German Classification Indo European Germanic West Low Saxon Low Franconian Low Saxon Comments Christian More Information Spanish spa 4 050 000 in Costa Rica 2014 L2 users 81 700 in Costa Rica 2014 Status 1 National Statutory national language 1949 Constitution Article 76 Alternate Names Castellano Español Classification Indo European Italic Romance Italo Western Western Gallo Iberian Ibero Romance West Iberian Castilian More Information Teribe tfr Puntarenas Province near Boruca Reservation No known L1 speakers in Costa Rica Ethnic population 500 Adelaar 2007 Status 9 Dormant Alternate Names Terraba Classification Chibchan Chibchan A More Information Language Status Profile Click to enlarge

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  • Costa Rica - Status | Ethnologue
    Adelaar 2007 Ethnic population 9 310 2000 Ngäbere gym 5 Developing 5 100 in Costa Rica 2000 Ethnic population 5 360 2000 6a Vigorous Costa Rican Sign Language csr 6a Vigorous Limón Creole English jam 6a Vigorous 55 100 in Costa Rica 1986 6b Threatened Maléku Jaíka gut 6b Threatened 750 2000 Ethnic population 1 070 2000 Plautdietsch pdt 6b Threatened 2 000 in Costa Rica Salminen 2007 8b Nearly extinct Boruca brn 8b Nearly extinct 3 Adelaar 2007 30 35 nonfluent speakers Ethnic population 1 000 1991 9 Dormant Teribe tfr 9 Dormant No known L1 speakers in Costa Rica Ethnic population 500 Adelaar 2007 Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation Ethnologue Products Languages of Costa Rica An Ethnologue Country Report 22 pp 9 95 Language Map of Costa Rica License for single academic use of a high resolution watermark free map 24 95 Browse all products Amazon Recommendations Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition About Ethnologue Abbreviations Bibliography Credits Downloads FAQ Other Products Ethnoblog Language

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