The Ta-Arawakan languages, AKA Ta-Maipurean and Caribbean, are the indigenous languages of the Caribbean Sea parts of northern South America. They are distinguished by the use of ta- rather than common Maipurean / Arawakan na- for the pronoun "I".
Kaufman (1994) gives the following breakdown:
- Guajiro AKA Wahiro
- Iñeri AKA Inyeri
Aikhenvald adds Shebayo, which Kaufman had left unclassified, and removes Iñeri from Ta-Arawakan proper: