|Native to||Guyana, Venezuela|
|Native speakers||10,000 (1990–2002)|
ake – Akawaio
pbc – Patamona
Kapóng is a Cariban language spoken mainly in Guyana, most commonly in the region of the Upper Mazaruni. Though many speakers don't live in villages, there are a number of population centers, notably Kamarang, Jawalla, Waramadong, and Kako. There are two dialects, Akawaio and Patamona.
Kapóng also goes by its Macushi name, Ingarikó.
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