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Arhuaco, commonly known as Ika, is an Indigenous American language of the Chibchan language family, spoken in South America. It has 14,800 speakers, all in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta region of Colombia, 90% of whom are monolingual. Literacy is 1 to 5% in their native language. Some speak Spanish, and 15 to 25% are literate in that auxiliary language. The users have a very strong traditional culture and have vibrant use of their tongue. It is also known as: Aruaco, Bintuk, Bíntukua, Bintucua, Ica, Ijca, Ijka, Ika, and Ike. The language uses a subject–object–verb (SOV) sentence structure.
Source : DBpedia

Names (more)

[en] Arhuaco language
[hr] Arhuaco jezik
[no] Ika
[qu] Arwaku simi
[ru] Аруако
[es] Idioma arhuaco

Language type : Living

Language resources for Arhuaco

Open Languages Archives

Wiktionnaire - Catégorie:arhuaco [fr]

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ISO 639-3 : arh

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