Mapas lingüísticos en Latinoamérica : Argentina y Uruguay

Cartes linguistiques en Amérique Latine : Argentine et Uruguay

Linguistic maps of Latin America : Argentina and Uruguay

 

 

 

 

 

 

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    Argentina (23 lenguas vivas) :

    1. Argentine Sign Language
    2. Aymara, Central
    3. Chiripá (Apytare, Ava Guaraní, Nhandeva, Ñandeva, Tsiripá, Txiripá)
    4. Chorote, Iyojwa’ja (Choroti, Eklenjuy, Yofuaha)
    5. Chorote, Iyo’wujwa
    6. Guaraní, Mbyá (Eastern Argentina Guaraní, Mbua, Mbyá)
    7. Guaraní, Western Argentine (“Chabanco” , “Chaguanco” , “Chawuncu” , “Chiriguano” , Eastern Bolivian Guaraní)
    8. Kaiwá (Caingua, Caiwá, Kayova)
    9. Mapudungun (Araucano, Mapuche, Mapudungu, Maputongo)
    10. Mocoví (Mbocobí, Mocobí)
    11. Nivaclé (Ashlushlay, “Chulupe” , “Chulupi” , “Chulupie” , “Churupi”)
    12. Ona (Aona, Selknam, Shelknam)
    13. Pilagá (Pilaca)
    14. Puelche (Gennaken, Northern Tehuelche, Pampa)
    15. Quechua, South Bolivian (Central Bolivian Quechua)
    16. Quichua, Santiago del Estero (Santiagueño Quichua)
    17. Spanish (Castellano, Español)
    18. Tapieté (Guarayo, Guasurangue, Ñanagua, Tirumbae, Yanaigua)
    19. Tehuelche (Aoniken, Gunua-Kena, Gununa-Kena, Inaquen)
    20. Toba (Chaco Sur, Qom, Toba Qom, Toba Sur)
    21. Vilela
    22. Welsh
    23. Wichí Lhamtés Güisnay (Güisnay, “Mataco” , “Mataco Güisnay” , “Mataco Pilcomayo”)
    24. Wichí Lhamtés Nocten (“Mataco Nocten” , Nocten, Noctenes, Oktenai)
    25. Wichí Lhamtés Vejoz (“Mataco Vejoz” , Vejos)

    - Lenguas desaparecidas :

    1. Abipon

    Uruguay (2 lenguas vivas) :

    1. Spanish (Castellano, Español)
    2. Uruguayan Sign Language
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