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Wichi Lhamtes Vejoz

Wichi Lhamtes Vejoz is a Mataco-Guaicuru, Wichi language spoken by 25,000 people in Argentina. Speakers are located in the northern states of Formosa, Salta, Jujuy and Chaco.

The Wichi languages are predominantly suffixing and polysynthetic; verbal words have between 2 and 15 morphemes. Alienable and inalienable possession is distinguished. The phonological inventory is large, with simple, glottalized and aspirated stops and sonorants. The number of vowels varies with the language (five or six).

See also

Wichi Lhamtes Nocten

Wichi Lhamtes Guisnay

External links

Wichi Lhamtes Vejoz @ Ethnologue

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