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Katembri–Taruma languages


Katembri–Taruma languages

Brazil, Guyana
Linguistic classification: Katembri–Taruma
Glottolog: (not evaluated)

Katembri–Taruma is a language family proposed by Kaufman (1990) that links two extinct or critically endangered languages of South America, Katembrí AKA Mirandela of Amazonas State, Brazil, and Taruma AKA Taruamá of Brazil and Guyana. The proposal is not repeated in Campbell & Grondona (2012).

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