Amanayé language

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Amanayé
Native to Brazil
Region Pará, São Domingos do Capim
Extinct by 2001?
Tupian
Language codes
ISO 639-3 Either:
ama – Amanaye
xaj – Ararandewara

Amanayé (Amanaje) is a possibly extinct Tupi language last spoken in the town of São Domingos on the Capim River in Pará State, Brazil. Ararandewara, at the headwaters of the Moju River (Lang 1914), was closely related but may have been a distinct language.

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