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Not to be confused with Bará language, an Eastern-Central Tucanoan language. Barasano TaiwanoEduriaNative to ColombiaEthnicity BarasanaNative speakers 1,890  (2001)Language family Tucanoan Eastern TucanoanSouthBarasana–MacunaBarasanoDialects Barasana (Southern Barasano) Taiwano (Eduria) Language codesISO 639-3 bsn The Barasana language is an aboriginal Amerindian language spoken by a few thousand people in Northern South America. The people, the Barasana and Eduria, are ethnically distinct and consider their dialects to be distinct languages. The Barasana dialect is also known as Southern Barasano, Come Masa, Comematsa, Janera, Paneroa, Yebamasa; Eduria is also known as Edulia, Taibano, Taiwaeno, Taiwano.
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[en] Barasana language
[fr] Barasana

Language type : Living

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