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Leco language

 

Leco language

Leco
Leko, Rik’a
Native to Bolivia
Region east of Lake Titicaca
Ethnicity 2,800 (2001)[1]
Native speakers
20 (2001)[1]
Language codes
ISO 639-3 lec
Glottolog leco1242[2]

Leco, also written as Leko, is a language isolate that, though long reported to be extinct, is spoken by 20–40 individuals in areas east of Lake Titicaca, Bolivia. The Leco ethnic population is

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