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  • Paraguay - Status | Ethnologue
    Nacional de Asunción increasing Population total all countries 4 300 1 500 monolinguals Maka mca 5 Developing 1 500 2000 A Chemhey 600 monolinguals Ethnic population 1 500 2000 Nivaclé cag 5 Developing 13 700 in Paraguay 2007 R Perik Population total all countries 13 920 6a Vigorous Angaité aqt 6a Vigorous 3 690 2002 census Enlhet enl 6a Vigorous 7 220 2002 census Enxet enx 6a Vigorous 5 840 2002 census Paraguayan Sign Language pys 6a Vigorous 15 000 2009 L Parks increasing 6b Threatened Chamacoco ceg 6b Threatened 1 600 Fabre 2007 Ethnic population 1 800 Guaraní Ava nhd 6b Threatened 2 060 in Paraguay Crevels 2007 decreasing Population total all countries 15 900 Ethnic population 6 920 Crevels 2007 Guaraní Mbyá gun 6b Threatened 5 000 in Paraguay 2008 CTI decreasing Ethnic population 14 300 2002 census Guarayo gui 6b Threatened 2 530 in Paraguay 2007 R Perik decreasing Ñandeva tpj 6b Threatened 110 in Paraguay Crevels 2007 decreasing Population total all countries 360 Ethnic population 1 830 Crevels 2007 Pai Tavytera pta 6b Threatened 600 Crevels 2007 decreasing Ethnic population 8 030 Crevels 2007 Plautdietsch pdt 6b Threatened 40 000 in Paraguay Salminen 2007 Sanapaná spn 6b Threatened 2 270 2002 census Toba Qom tob 6b Threatened 760 in Paraguay Crevels 2007 Ethnic population 780 Crevels 2007 Toba Maskoy tmf 6b Threatened 1 680 2007 R Perik decreasing All women and young children are monolingual Ethnic population 2 060 Crevels 2007 8a Moribund Guana gva 8a Moribund 28 Crevels 2007 0 monolinguals Ethnic population 84 Crevels 2007 Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation Ethnologue Products Languages of Paraguay An Ethnologue Country Report 30 pp 9 95 Language Map of Paraguay License for single academic use of a high resolution watermark free map 24 95

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  • Peru - Languages | Ethnologue
    Status 6b Threatened Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Alternate Names Bue Witoto Dialects Mica Classification Witotoan Proto Huitoto Ocaina Early Huitoto Proto Minica Murai Comments Traditional religion More Information Huitoto Nüpode hux Loreto Region 100 1991 SIL 1 130 Huitoto in Peru Crevels 2007 Status 8a Moribund Alternate Names Muinane Huitoto Nipode Witoto Classification Witotoan Proto Huitoto Ocaina Early Huitoto Comments Previously mistakenly referred to as Muinane Huitoto hux More Information Iñapari inp Madre de Dios Region Piedras River mouth of Sabaluyo near Puerto Maldonado 4 1999 SIL Status 8b Nearly extinct Alternate Names Inamari Classification Maipurean Southern Southern Outlier Piro More Information Iquito iqu Loreto Region Pintoyacu Nanay and Chambira rivers San Antonia and Atalaya 35 2002 SIL decreasing 1 monolinguals Ethnic population 230 Crevels 2007 Status 8a Moribund Alternate Names Amacacore Hamacore Ikito Iquita Puca Uma Quiturran Dialects Pintuyacu Reportedly similar to Cahuarano cah Classification Zaparoan Iquito Cahuarano Comments In 1958 1966 there were 100 speakers on the verge of extinction and acculturation to Spanish speaking society Children understood but did not speak adults were bilingual with Spanish older people understood Spanish but only spoke Iquito Speakers died from measles whooping cough and pneumonia The rubber boom and landowner patron system had devastating effects Christian Roman Catholic More Information Isconahua isc Ucayali and Loreto regions Callaria river 82 2000 Status 8b Nearly extinct Alternate Names Iscobaquebu Dialects None known Most closely related to Shipibo shp Classification Panoan Mainline Tri State Amawaka More Information Jaqaru jqr Lima Region Yauyos province Tupe and Cachuy villages language area extends into Ica Region 740 Adelaar 2004 730 Jaqaru 11 Kawki Ethnic population 2 000 2000 W Adelaar Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names Aru Haqaru Haq aru Haqearu Dialects Cauqui Cachuy Kawki Cauqui dialect is more and more considered to be a separate language from Jaqaru Crevels 2007 Lexical similarity 73 with Aymara ayr 79 with Cauqui dialect and Aymara Classification Aymaran Tupe More Information Jebero jeb Loreto Region Alto Amazonas province Jeberos district between Marañon and Huallaga rivers 2 500 2006 Ethnic population 2 500 2000 W Adelaar Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names Chebero Shiwilu Xebero Xihuila Classification Cahuapanan More Information Kashinawa cbs Ucayali Region Curanja and Purus rivers 750 in Peru Crevels 2007 Population total all countries 1 150 Ethnic population 1 000 Crevels 2007 Status 5 Developing Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Alternate Names Cashinahua Caxinawa Caxinawá Kashinahua Kaxinawá Kaxynawa Dialects None known Possibly most similar to Sharanahua mcd Classification Panoan Mainline Tri State Comments Christian traditional religion More Information Machiguenga mcb Cusco Madre de Dios and Ucayali regions Urubamba Camisea Picha Manu Timpia Tigompinia Kompiroshiato and Mishagua rivers 5 910 Crevels 2007 Ethnic population 13 000 Crevels 2007 Status 5 Developing Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Alternate Names Mañaries Matsiganga Matsigenga Matsigenka Dialects Reportedly most similar to Nomatsiguenga not There are minor dialects Classification Maipurean Southern Campa Machiguenga More Information Mashco Piro cuj Madre de Dios Region Purús province Upper Purús Region 60 1976 SIL 60 monolinguals Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Cujareno Cujareño Mashco pej Dialects None known About 60 inherent intelligibility of Yine pib Classification Maipurean Southern Southern Outlier Piro Piro Comments Highly nomadic More Information Matsés mcf Loreto Region along lower Yaquerana river and tributaries lower Yavari along Chobayacu and Gálvez rivers 1 400 in Peru 2006 SIL Population total all countries 2 230 Status 5 Developing Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Alternate Names Magirona Majoruna Matsés Majuruna Matses Mayoruna Maxirona Maxuruna Mayiruna Mayoruna Mayuzuna Classification Panoan Mayoruna Matsés More Information Muniche myr Loreto Region Paranapura river Muniches town 3 1988 SIL Status 8b Nearly extinct Alternate Names Munichi Munichino Otanabe Otanave Classification Language isolate More Information Nanti cox Cusco Region headwaters of Camisea and Timpia rivers 250 Crevels 2007 Ethnic population 250 Crevels 2007 Status 6a Vigorous Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Alternate Names Cogapacori pej Kogapakori pej Dialects None known Most closely related to Machiguenga mcb but have remained separate Classification Maipurean Southern Campa Ashéninga Comments Traditional religion More Information Nomatsiguenga not Junin Region between Ene and Perené rivers Anapati river system in the foothills 6 500 2003 SIL 5 500 monolinguals Ethnic population Ethnic population about the same as the L1 population Crevels 2007 Status 5 Developing Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Alternate Names Nomatsiguenga Campa pej Dialects None known Reportedly most similar to Machiguenga mcb Classification Maipurean Southern Campa Ashéninga Comments Bilingual education program Crevels 2007 Traditional religion Christian More Information Nonuya noj Loreto Region Maynas province Putumayo district 1 in Peru 2007 J Echeverri Ethnic population 90 Ethnic population covers both Colombia and Peru Status 8b Nearly extinct Classification Witotoan More Information Ocaina oca Northeast Loreto Region Yaguasyacu Ampuyacu and Putumayo rivers 54 in Peru 2000 Population total all countries 194 Ethnic population 150 2000 W Adelaar Status 8a Moribund Alternate Names Okaina Dialects Dukaiya Ibo tsa Classification Witotoan Proto Huitoto Ocaina More Information Omagua omg Loreto Region San Joaquín de Omaguas San Salvador de Omaguas El Porvenir Grau and other settlements on lower Marañón left bank near Ucayali river mouth 10 in Peru 2011 Ethnic population 630 1976 Status 8b Nearly extinct Alternate Names Agua Anapia Ariana Cambeba Cambeeba Cambela Campeba Canga Peba Compeva Kambeba Macanipa Omagua Yete Pariana Umaua Yhuata Dialects None known Reportedly most similar to Cocama Cocamilla cod Classification Tupian Tupí Guaraní Tupí Cocama More Information Omurano omu Loreto Region No known L1 speakers Status 10 Extinct Alternate Names Humurana Mayna Numurana Roamaina Umurano Classification Language isolate Comments Extinct by 1958 More Information Orejón ore Loreto Region Yanayacu Sucusari Algodón and Putumayo rivers 220 Crevels 2007 Ethnic population 290 Crevels 2007 Status 7 Shifting Alternate Names Coto Koto Mai Ja Orechon Oregon Payagua Tutapi Dialects Nebaji Classification Tucanoan Western Tucanoan More Information Panobo pno Ucayali river mixed with the Shetebo shp language group No known L1 speakers Last speaker died in 1991 Status 10 Extinct Alternate Names Huariapano Manoa Pana Pano Pelado Wariapano Classification Panoan Mainline Pano More Information Peruvian Sign Language prl Scattered Status 5 Developing Dialects Variation in different geographical regions and between generations Classification Deaf sign language More Information Pisabo pig Loreto Region Matses territory between Tapíche and Blanco rivers 600 2006 Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Pisagua Pisahua Classification Panoan More Information Quechua que A macrolanguage Population total all languages 8 912 820 Comments Includes Ambo Pasco Quechua qva Arequipa La Unión Quechua qxu Ayacucho Quechua quy Cajamarca Quechua qvc Cajatambo North Lima Quechua qvl Calderón Highland Quichua qud Ecuador Cañar Highland Quichua qxr Ecuador Chachapoyas Quechua quk Chaupihuaranga Quechua qur Chilean Quechua cqu Chile Chimborazo Highland Quichua qug Ecuador Chincha Quechua qxc Chiquián Ancash Quechua qxa Corongo Ancash Quechua qwa Cusco Quechua quz Eastern Apurímac Quechua qve Huallaga Huánuco Quechua qub Huamalíes Dos de Mayo Huánuco Quechua qvh Huaylas Ancash Quechua qwh Huaylla Wanca Quechua qvw Imbabura Highland Quichua qvi Ecuador Jauja Wanca Quechua qxw Lambayeque Quechua quf Loja Highland Quichua qvj Ecuador Margos Yarowilca Lauricocha Quechua qvm Napo Lowland Quechua qvo North Bolivian Quechua qul Bolivia North Junín Quechua qvn Northern Conchucos Ancash Quechua qxn Northern Pastaza Quichua qvz Ecuador Pacaraos Quechua qvp Panao Huánuco Quechua qxh Puno Quechua qxp Salasaca Highland Quichua qxl Ecuador San Martín Quechua qvs Santa Ana de Tusi Pasco Quechua qxt Santiago del Estero Quichua qus Argentina Sihuas Ancash Quechua qws South Bolivian Quechua quh Bolivia Southern Conchucos Ancash Quechua qxo Southern Pastaza Quechua qup Tena Lowland Quichua quw Ecuador Yauyos Quechua qux More Information Quechua Ambo Pasco qva Pasco Region Pasco province Chaupimarca Huachón Huariaca Ninacaca Pallanchacra San Francisco de Asís de Yarusyacán Simón Bolívar Ticlacayán Tinyahuarca Vicco and Yanacancha districts Huanuco Region Ambo Province Huacar San Francisco de Mosca and San Rafael districts some in Lima Region 90 000 1998 SIL decreasing 18 000 monolinguals Ethnic population 90 000 L2 users Used by very few as L2 Status 6b Threatened Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Alternate Names San Rafael Huariaca Quechua Dialects A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Central Quechua Ap am ah Alto Pativilca Comments Traditional religion Christian More Information Quechua Arequipa La Unión qxu Arequipa Region La Unión province Cotahuasi district Apurímac department Antabamba province also Ayacucho and Cusco regions 18 600 2000 10 000 monolinguals Ethnic population 32 000 L2 users Used by some outsiders for communicating with monolinguals Status 5 Developing Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Alternate Names Arequipa Quechua Cotahuasi Quechua Dialects Antabamba Apurímac Cotahuasi Highland Arequipa Northern Arequipa Reportedly more similar linguistically to Cusco than to Ayacucho Very similar to Eastern Apurímac qve A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Peripheral Quechua Chinchay Southern Chinchay Southern Peruvian Quechua Comments Christian More Information Quechua Ayacucho quy Southwest Ayacucho and Huancavelica regions also areas of Apurimac Junin Arequipa Cusco Ica and Lima regions 900 000 2000 SIL decreasing 300 000 monolinguals Status 3 Wider communication Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Alternate Names Chanka Dialects Andahuaylas Huancavelica Lexical similarity 96 with Surcubamba Puquio and Cusco quz A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Peripheral Quechua Chinchay Southern Chinchay Southern Peruvian Quechua Comments Traditional religion Christian More Information Quechua Cajamarca qvc Cajamarca Region Chetilla and Los Baños districts western dialect Chetilla district eastern dialect Porcón and Cajamarca valley areas small area of La Libertad Region west bank of Rio Maranon 30 000 2000 D Coombs Status 5 Developing Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Dialects Eastern Cajamarca Western Cajamarca Relatively minor dialect differences Lexical similarity 94 with Lambayeque quf most similar 92 with Pacaraos qvp A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Peripheral Quechua Yungay Northern Comments Christian More Information Quechua Cajatambo North Lima qvl Northeast Lima Region Copa Cajatambo Huancapón and northern Manas districts southeast Ancash Region Pacllón La Primavera and Mangas south of Llamac east of Pativilca rivers districts also in Huanuco Region 7 000 2000 SIL decreasing 2 800 monolinguals Status 7 Shifting Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Dialects None known 74 intelligibility of Huamalíes Quechua qvh A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Central Quechua Wankay Comments Christian More Information Quechua Chachapoyas quk Amazonas Region Chachapoyas and Luya provinces 7 000 2003 SIL 100 monolinguals 2003 Ethnic population 7 000 Status 4 Educational Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Alternate Names Amazonas Dialects Grenada Mendoza East Chachapoyas La Jalca South Chachapoyas Lamud West Chachapoyas Llakwash Chachapoyas Reportedly most similar to San Martín Quechua qvs A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Peripheral Quechua Chinchay Northern Chinchay Comments Traditional religion Christian More Information Quechua Chaupihuaranga qur West Pasco Region Yanahuanca Villcabamba Tapoc Chacayan Paucar San Pedro de Pillao Goyllarisquizqa and Chinche districts sparsely populated high country more densely populated valleys 20 500 1972 census decreasing 8 200 monolinguals Status 7 Shifting Recognized language 1999 Constitution Article 48 Alternate Names Daniel Carrion Yanahuanca Pasco Quechua Dialects Many related Quechua dialects intersect here Junín qvn Ambo Pasco qva Santa Ana de Tusi qxt Cajatambo qvl and Huamalies Dos de Mayo Huanuco qvh Further intelligibility studies may be needed A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Central Quechua Wankay More Information Quechua Chincha qxc Ica Region northeast Chincha province Huancavelica Region northwest Castrovirreyna province Lima Region southeast Yauyos province 6 000 2000 SIL Status 7 Shifting Recognized language 1999 Constitution Article 48 Dialects A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Central Quechua Wankay Comments A highly differentiated linguistic area many single village varieties Separate identity from Wanka Junin and Ayacucho Quechua More Information Quechua Chiquián Ancash qxa Southeast Ancash Region Bolognesi province Chiquián district western Bolognesi west of Pativilca river and north of Llamac river east Ocros Corpanqui valley border Western Ocros may be included but the dialect is a bit different 10 000 2000 SIL decreasing 4 000 monolinguals Status 7 Shifting Recognized language 1999 Constitution Article 48 Dialects None known Possibly intelligible of Cajatambo Quechua qvl Some contact of Cajatambo and very little with Huamalíes qvh 73 intelligibility of Huamalíes A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Central Quechua Waylay Comments Different identity from Huamalíes and Huaylas Christian More Information Quechua Corongo Ancash qwa North Ancash Region Corongo province Aco Corongo Cusca La Pampa and Yanac districts Most in Aco and Cusca 4 000 2000 SIL decreasing 1 700 monolinguals 2000 SIL Status 7 Shifting Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Dialects None known Most closely related to Huaylas qwh and Sihuas qws Quechua Some contact with Sihuas Northern Conchucos qxn and Huaylas by road A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Central Quechua Waylay Conchucos Comments Separate identity from Sihuas Northern Conchucos and Huaylas Christian More Information Quechua Cusco quz Cusco Arequipa Apurimac Madre de Dios Puno and Moquegua regions 1 500 000 1989 UBS Total Quechua in Peru 3 500 000 4 400 000 including Quechua I 750 000 Quechua II 2 680 000 2000 W Adelaar 300 000 monolinguals Ethnic population 1 500 000 Status 3 Wider communication Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Alternate Names Cuzco Cuzco Quechua Qheswa Quechua Cusco Quechua de Cusco Collao Quechua Qosqo Qollaw Runasimi Qusqu Qullaw Dialects Caylloma Quechua Eastern Apurímac Quechua Puno Quechua Some dialect differences but not as distinct as elsewhere Substantial phonological and morphological differences with Ayacucho Quechua A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Peripheral Quechua Chinchay Southern Chinchay Southern Peruvian Quechua Comments Christian Roman Catholic Christian Protestant traditional religion More Information Quechua Eastern Apurímac qve Apurimac Region Abancay Grau Cotabambas Antabamba Ayamaraes and Andahuaylas provinces Arequipa Region La Unión province Cusco and Ayacucho regions 200 000 2002 SIL 80 000 monolinguals 30 in towns 60 70 in remote areas especially at high altitudes Ethnic population 200 000 Status 4 Educational Recognized language 1999 Constitution Article 48 Alternate Names Apurímac Quechua Quechua del Este de Apurímac Dialects Abancay Antabamba Cotabambas Arequipa La Unión Quechua qxu reportedly very similar to the Antabamba dialect A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Peripheral Quechua Chinchay Southern Chinchay Southern Peruvian Quechua Comments Different from Cusco Quechua quz and Ayacucho Quechua quy Traditional religion Christian Protestant Christian Roman Catholic More Information Quechua Huallaga Huánuco qub Northeast Huanuco Region Huánuco city small area in Ucayali Region 40 000 1993 SIL 26 400 monolinguals Status 5 Developing Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Dialects A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Central Quechua Ap am ah More Information Quechua Huamalíes Dos de Mayo Huánuco qvh Northwest Huanuco Region San Martin Region Tocache province 72 400 2000 20 000 monolinguals Ethnic population 80 000 Status 5 Developing Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Dialects Huamalíes Monzón Northern Dos de Mayo Lexical similarity 96 with Margos Yarowilca Lauricocha Quechua qvm A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Central Quechua Ap am ah Alto Pativilca More Information Quechua Huaylas Ancash qwh Central Ancash Region Huaraz Carhuaz and Caraz provinces Callejón de Huaylas 336 000 2000 20 000 monolinguals Status 5 Developing Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Alternate Names Huaraz Quechua Dialects Huailas Huaylas Huaraz Yungay Not intelligible of Cusco quz Ayacucho quy Huaylla Wanca Quechua qvw Cajamarca qvc Chachapoyas Quechua quk or San Martín Quechua qvs Parker 1976 A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Central Quechua Waylay Comments Christian More Information Quechua Huaylla Wanca qvw Huancayo and Concepción provinces south Junin Region also in Huancavelica and Lima regions 250 000 2002 SIL Status 5 Developing Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Alternate Names Huanca Huaylla Quechua Southern Huancayo Quechua Dialects East Waylla Waycha Central Huancayo Huaycha West Waylla A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Central Quechua Wankay More Information Quechua Jauja Wanca qxw Central Junin Region Jauja province small area Lima Region 25 000 1962 census Ethnic population 77 700 2000 Status 6b Threatened Recognized language 1999 Constitution Article 48 Alternate Names Huanca Jauja Quechua Shausha Wanka Quechua Dialects None known Considerable phonological differences with North Junín qvn A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Central Quechua Wankay More Information Quechua Lambayeque quf Lambayeque Region Inkawasi Kañaris and Miracosta districts Penachí and Santa Lucía communities adjacent areas of Cajamarca and Piura 20 000 1998 SIL Status 5 Developing Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Alternate Names Ferreñafe Dialects Cañaris Incahuasi Lexical similarity 94 with Cajamarca Quechua qvc A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Peripheral Quechua Yungay Northern More Information Quechua Margos Yarowilca Lauricocha qvm Southwest and south central Huanuco Region Obas Aparicio Pomares Cahuac Chavinillo Chacabamba Jacas Chico Rondos San Francisco de Asis Jivia Baños Queropalca Jesús San Miguel de Cauri Yarumayo Margos and San Pedro de Chaulán districts 83 400 1993 census 14 000 monolinguals Ethnic population 114 000 1993 census Status 5 Developing Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Dialects None known Lexical similarity 90 with Panao qxh 85 with Corongo Ancash qwa Sihuas qws Monzón Ancash North Junín qvn Ulcumayo Quechua A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Central Quechua Ap am ah Alto Pativilca More Information Quechua Napo Lowland qvo Loreto Region Napo river area communities on the Putumayo small enclave in eastern Madre de Dios Region 10 000 in Peru 2009 Population total all countries 24 000 Status 5 Developing Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Alternate Names Kicho Lowland Napo Quichua Napo Napo Kichua Napo Lowland Quichua Quijo Quixo Runa Shimi Santa Rosa Quechua Santarrosino Yumbo Dialects A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Peripheral Quechua Chinchay Northern Chinchay Comments Christian More Information Quechua North Junín qvn North Junin Region Junín Carhuamayo Ondores and San Pedro de Cajas districts southeast of Pasco also in Pasco and Lima regions 60 000 1998 7 000 monolinguals 1972 census Status 6b Threatened Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 Alternate Names Junín Quechua Tarma Junín Quechua Dialects 2 dialects in Tarma Province which differ from Junín town variety Lexical similarity 97 with Cajatambo qvl 96 with Arequipa La Unión Quechua qxu A member of macrolanguage Quechua que Classification Quechuan Central Quechua Wankay More Information Quechua Northern Conchucos Ancash qxn East Ancash Region Pomabamba to San Luis northwest Huánuco department Huarcrachuco

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  • Peru - Status | Ethnologue
    Population total all countries 453 320 monolinguals Shipibo Conibo shp 5 Developing Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 26 000 2003 SIL Ticuna tca 5 Developing 8 000 in Peru 2000 SIL Urarina ura 5 Developing Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 3 000 2002 SIL Women are monolingual Yaminahua yaa 5 Developing 750 in Peru 2003 SIL 400 Yaminahua 1998 SIL 150 Chitonahua Population total all countries 1 570 Yanesha ame 5 Developing Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 9 830 2000 Ethnic population 10 000 2000 W Adelaar Yine pib 5 Developing Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 4 000 2000 SIL increasing Ethnic population 4 000 6a Vigorous Aymara Southern ayc 6a Vigorous Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 219 000 2006 Nanti cox 6a Vigorous Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 250 Crevels 2007 Ethnic population 250 Crevels 2007 Quechua Santa Ana de Tusi Pasco qxt 6a Vigorous Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 10 000 1993 SIL Secoya sey 6a Vigorous 680 in Peru Crevels 2007 Ethnic population 680 Crevels 2007 Spanish Loreto Ucayali spq 6a Vigorous 2 800 2006 Some monolinguals 6b Threatened Ajyíninka Apurucayali cpc 6b Threatened Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 4 000 2000 SIL Ashéninka Pajonal cjo 6b Threatened Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 12 000 2002 SIL Ethnic population 12 000 2002 SIL Ashéninka Perené prq 6b Threatened Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 5 500 2001 SIL Ashéninka Pichis cpu 6b Threatened Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 12 000 2001 SIL Ashéninka South Ucayali cpy 6b Threatened Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 13 000 2002 SIL Ethnic population 14 000 2002 SIL Aymara Central ayr 6b Threatened Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 442 000 in Peru 2000 Huachipaeri hug 6b Threatened Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 310 2000 Ethnic population 1 620 Crevels 2007 Includes Amarakaeri amr Huitoto Murui huu 6b Threatened Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 1 000 in Peru 1995 SIL decreasing 1 130 Huitoto in Peru Crevels 2007 Population total all countries 7 800 Very few monolinguals Mashco Piro cuj 6b Threatened 60 1976 SIL 60 monolinguals Pisabo pig 6b Threatened 600 2006 Quechua Ambo Pasco qva 6b Threatened Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 90 000 1998 SIL decreasing 18 000 monolinguals Ethnic population 90 000 L2 users Used by very few as L2 Quechua Jauja Wanca qxw 6b Threatened Recognized language 1999 Constitution Article 48 25 000 1962 census Ethnic population 77 700 2000 Quechua North Junín qvn 6b Threatened Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 60 000 1998 7 000 monolinguals 1972 census Quechua San Martín qvs 6b Threatened Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 15 000 2000 SIL decreasing 2 000 monolinguals Ethnic population 44 000 2000 Quichua Northern Pastaza qvz 6b Threatened 2 000 in Peru Yagua yad 6b Threatened Recognized language 1993 Constitution Article 48 5 690 in Peru 2000 2 000 monolinguals Ethnic population 6 000 Yora mts 6b Threatened Recognized language

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  • Puerto Rico - Languages | Ethnologue
    language Comments Although some form of PRSL may still be used in the lower populated areas in the western and central parts of the country it appears that ASL ase is becoming the sole sign language of the Puerto Rican deaf community More Information Spanish spa 3 540 000 in Puerto Rico 2014 L2 users 137 000 in Puerto Rico 2014 Status 1 National Statutory national language 1993 Official Languages Act No 1 Article 1 Classification Indo European Italic Romance Italo Western Western Gallo Iberian Ibero Romance West Iberian Castilian Comments Some dialects considered archaic More Information Taíno tnq Ethnic populations also in Florida and New Jersey United States Bahamas Santo Domingo and Cuba No known L1 speakers but emerging L2 speakers Status 9 Reawakening Alternate Names Taino Classification Maipurean Northern Maritime Ta Maipurean Comments Taino vocabulary has been adopted into local Spanishes spa in the Caribbean More Information Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation 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

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  • Puerto Rico - Status | Ethnologue
    8 000 40 000 deaf persons Van Cleve 1986 9 Reawakening Taíno tnq 9 Reawakening No known L1 speakers but emerging L2 speakers Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation 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

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  • Puerto Rico - Feedback | Ethnologue
    on numbers of speakers of english in Puerto Rico available Editorial Action We have updated the listing of immigrant languages for Puerto Rico in our 19th edition database View the Discussion Puerto Rico s L1 is Spanish Zoé Tue 2015 03 31 18 05 Regarding Language Counts Country Puerto Rico In Puerto Rico L1 is Spanish We learn English at school but not everybody speaks it There are no other languages spoken in Puerto Rico Turists or inmigrants languages should not be counted as languages spoken in Puerto Rico Taíno language which you have posted is correctly known as Arahuaco Taíno were the people indigenous habitants of the Caribbean Arahuaco language is dead It was spoken by the early indigenous people before Spanish colonization Many words from Arahuaco have prevailed adopted in Spanish Arahuaco had made several lexical universal contributions as hamaca hammock huracán hurricane I think you should correct this information on the site Language count for Puerto Rico should be 1 L1 is SPANISH L2 in Puerto Rico is English not everybody can speak it You will never hear Puerto Ricans speaking in any other language but Spanish in the Island Official Language is Spanish but because our political relation to USA English is taught at schools by law 6 000 BC the taíno indigenous people from the Caribbean used to speak Arahuaco Besides some dictionaries compiled by Puerto Rican linguists no body knows Arahuaco Not even linguists can speak it Hope this help to perfect your site Editorial Action For the primary languages of Puerto Rico the Ethnologue entry appears to be up to date and accurate We will work on the immigrant languages which are not View the Discussion Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation Amazon Recommendations Join the conversation Create a free account

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  • Saint Barthélemy - Languages | Ethnologue
    Saint Barthélemy 2011 SIL Most Sous le Vent dialect users shifting to modern standard French Status 1 National Statutory national language 1958 French Constitution Article 2 Dialects Sous le Vent Saint Barthélemy Patois Classification Indo European Italic Romance Italo Western Western Gallo Iberian Gallo Romance Gallo Rhaetian Oïl French Comments Sous le Vent on the northwest end of the island is an archaic French similar to 17th century French More Information Saint Barthélemy Creole French gcf Eastern part of the island 1 000 in Saint Barthélemy 2011 SIL Status 8a Moribund Classification Creole French based Comments There is a continuum of variation from basilectal Creole to acrolectal French of the educated More Information Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation 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 639 3 Contact SIL International Publications 7500 West Camp Wisdom

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    in Saint Barthélemy 2011 SIL Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation 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

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