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Cumanagoto (Cumanogota, Cumaná, Kumaná); also Chaima (Chayma) is an endangered language of eastern coastal Venezuela. It was the language of the Cumanagoto people. Extinct dialects, or closely related languages, include Palenque (presumably Palank), Piritu, and Avaricoto (Guildea 1998).
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