Cabre language

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Cabre
Cávere
Native to Peru
Extinct (date missing)
Arawakan
Language codes
ISO 639-3 None (mis)
Linguist list
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Glottolog None

Cabre (Cabere, Cávere) is an extinct Arawakan language of Peru. Speakers lived along the Teviare and Zama rivers among speakers of Western Nawiki (Upper Amazonian) languages, but not enough is known to classify it well. Gilij (see Campbell) cited:

Maipure Güipunave Cávere (gloss)
yema dema shema 'tobacco'
yapa dapa shapa 'monte' (hill, bush)

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