|Native speakers||25,000 (date missing)|
inb – Highland Inga
inj – Jungle Inga
Inga Kichwa is a dialect of Kichwa spoken in the Colombian Putumayo region by the Inga people; the language was apparently introduced there by the Spanish four hundred years ago. There are two dialects: Highland Inga, spoken in the Sibundoy valley; and Jungle Inga, spoken on the Putumayo and Japurá Rivers. Ethnologue 16 reports Highland Inga is partially intelligible with Imbabura Kichwa.
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