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|Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil|
|Ofayé language, Kaiwá, Portuguese|
The Ofayé (also spelled as Opaié or Ofayé) are an indigenous people of Central Brazil. They live along the Paraná River, near the mouth of the Sucuriú River into the headwaters of the Ivinhema and Vacaria Rivers.
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