|Native to||Venezuela, the Guianas, a few in Brazil|
Carib is also spoken in Brazil, Suriname, Guyana and French Guyana. In Dominica, the Antillean creole include elements of Carib languages. In Brazil, it is called Galibi. The autonym for this language is Karìna auran [kaɽiɁnʲauɽaŋ] and people is Karìna [kaɽiɁnʲa].
Carib dialects (with number of speakers indicated in parentheses):
- Venezuelan Carib (1000)
- Guyanese Carib (2000)
- Western Surinamese Carib (500)
- Eastern Surinamese and French Guianese Carib (3000)
- Carib reference at Ethnologue (17th ed., 2013)
- Hendrik Courtz 2008, A Carib grammar and dictionary.
- Ka'lina (Carib) Vocabulary List (from the World Loanword Database)
- Surinamese Carib - English Online Dictionary
- Audio resources from the MPI-PL archive for linguistic resources, which origin from data collected by dr. Berend Hoff in the period 1955-1965
- How to count in Kali’na
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