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Ajyininka Apurucayali

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Ajyininka Apurucayali is an indigenous language in the Arawakan family spoken along the Apurucayali tributary of the Peruvian Pachitea river. It is also known as Ashaninca, Asheninca Apurucayali, Apurucayali Campa, Ajyeninka, Axininka Campa, and Campa. The language is not mutually comprehensible with ralted varieties of Asheninka. It is an official language. There is 20% literacy in Ajyininka Apurucayali and 30% literacy in Spanish, there is much bilingualism. Calling the language Campa is considered offensive.

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Ajyininka Apurucayali at Ethnologue

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