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Chayahuita


Chayahuita is an indigenous American language spoken by thousands of native Chayahuita people in South America. Spoken along the banks of the Paranapura, Cahuapanas, Sillay, and Shanusi rivers. Also known as Chayawita, Chawi, Tshaahui, Chayhuita, Chayabita, Shayabit, Balsapuertino, Paranapura, and Cahuapa. 1-5% literacy rate, compared with 5-15% for Spanish. Dictionary since 1978. Can not be understood by Jebero speakers.

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