Andoa is an extinct Zaparoan language of Peru. It was found in the Pastaza River region of Peru. It is also known as Shimigae/Semigae and Gae/Gay. The Andoa people have integrated into the Quechua and now speak either Pastaza Quechua or Spanish. The last known speaker died in 1993.
“Dos lenguas que no quieren morir.” El Comercio. 22 Enero 2008. 13 Febrero 2008 .
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