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The Yora language also called Yura or Yuranahua is an indigenous language of Peru in the region of Manu Park on the Panagua River. It belongs to the Panoan linguistic family which also counts Cashibo language, Shipibo language the languages most closely related to Yora are the Yaminahua and Sharanahua languages. According to the Ethnologue there were 350 to 400 speakers of Yora in 1998, but the language was vigorous in the communities.


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