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ID a Name b 88 Tupic
ID a 88
Attributes
Page f 614
LSName g TUPIC
LSType h zone
Grouping i phylo
IsNotional j no
Notes k covers the "wider Tupian" grouping; comprising 10 sets of languages (= 50 outer languages) spoken or formerly spoken by communities in Brazil and neighbouring regions of South America, from French Guiana to northern Argentina: 88-A NHENGATU+ EMERENYÓN 88-B MAWÉ+ SATERÉ 88-C MUNDURUCÚ+ CURUÁIA 88-D RAMARAMA+ ARARA 88-E MONDÉ+ MEQUEM 88-F CARITIANA+ ARIQUEM 88-G TUPARÍ+ KURATEG 88-H PURUBORÁ 88-I AWETÍ 88-J JURÚNA+ MANITSAWÁ At the centre of the "wider Tupian" grouping is the [88=-AAI] Tupi-Guarani net, which includes not only the modern Guarani language, joint official language in Paraguay, but also the last vestiges of the former "vehicular" Tupi, based originally on coastal idioms (especially Tupinamba) and used widely in 17th and 18th century Brazil.
Scale n 6
Statistics
10 Sets • 14 Chains • 28 Nets • 50 OuterLanguages • 128 InnerLanguages • 22 Dialects • 144 Leaves • 7 ISO-639-Relatives
Relatives
ISO-639 A ISO-639-5-Collective-tup Tupi
GeoEntity C Argentina | Brazil | French Guiana | Paraguay | Uruguay | Colombia | Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of
10 Nodes assigned
1 88-A Nhengatu + Emerenyón
2 88-B Mawé + Sateré
3 88-C Mundurucú + Curuáia
4 88-D Ramarama + Arara
5 88-E Mondé + Mequem
6 88-F Caritiana + Ariquem
7 88-G Tuparí + Kurateg
8 88-H Puruborá
9 88-I Awetí
10 88-J Jurúna + Manitsawá

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