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|Native to||Venezuela, Brazil|
|Native speakers||15,600 (2000)|
Yanomamö (Yąnomamɨ), or Cobari (Kobali), is the most populous of several closely related languages spoken by the Yanomami people. Most speakers are monolingual. For a grammatical description, see Yanomaman languages.
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