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Uru language

The Uru language was the language of the Uros, an Amerindian tribe. In the year 2000 it has 2 remaining native speakers out of an ethnic group of 100 to 150 people in the La Paz Department, Ingavi Province, near Lake Titicaca in Bolivia. The language is close to the Chipaya language and is joined with it in the Uru-Chipaya language family. The ethnic group uses Spanish now.

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