|Region||Meta Department, Colombia; Sierra de la Macarena, Colombia|
Tinigua (Tiniguas) is an endangered language isolate spoken in Colombia. As of 2000, Tinigua had only two remaining speakers, both of whom were male. The remaining speakers live in Meta Department, between the Upper Guayabero and Yari rivers. Tinigua used to form a small language family with the now extinct Pamigua language.
- Matthias Brenzinger (2007), Language diversity endangered, 181, of Trends in linguistics. Studies and monographs, Walter de Gruyter, p. 23, ISBN 978-3-11-017050-4, retrieved 2009-08-28
- Christopher Moseley (2007), Encyclopedia of the world's endangered languages, Routledge, p. 40, ISBN 978-0-7007-1197-0, retrieved 2009-09-19
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