Nüpode Huitoto language
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Nüpode Huitoto or Nɨpode is an indigenous American language spoken in western South America. It has occasionally been referred to as Muinane Witoto, not to be confused with the related Muinane language.
Nüpode Huitito is spoken by just 100 people in Peru's northeastern Loreto province, where it has official standing. Speakers also use the other two Huitoto languages (Murui and Minica). It is written using the Roman alphabet and has had some Bible portions translated into it. In addition, a dictionary and grammar have been written.
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