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Yanesha' (Yanešač̣; literally 'we the people'), also called Amuesha or Amoesha is a language spoken by the Amuesha people of Peru in central and eastern Pasco Region. Due to the influence and domination of the Inca Empire, Yanesha' has many loanwords from Quechua, including some core vocabulary. Yanesha' may also have been influenced by Quechua's vowel system so that, today, it has a three-vowel system rather than a four-vowel one that is typical of related Arawakan languages.
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[en] Yanesha' language
[fr] Yanesha
[hr] Yanesha' jezik
[nl] Yanesha
[qu] Yanisha simi

Language type : Living

Language resources for Yanesha'

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Wiktionnaire - Catégorie:yanesha [fr]

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Following BCP 47 the recommended tag for this language is ame.

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