|Region||Huallaga River valley|
Cholón, also known as Seeptsá and Tsinganeses, is a recently extinct language of Peru.
Due to the amateur Spanish pronunciation spellings used to transcribe Cholon, its sound inventory is uncertain. The following is an attempt at interpreting them (Adelaar 2004:464).
The vowels appeared to have been similar to Spanish [a e i o u].
|miktsok||'your house' (speaking to a man)|
|piktsok||'your house' (speaking to a woman)|
|intʃamma||'what did you say?' (speaking to a man)|
|intʃampa||'what did you say?' (speaking to a woman)|