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For the Papuan language known as "Je", see Yei language.
|Jê–Kaingang, Gê, Ye|
Jê languages proper (clear yellow) and other Macro-Jê languages (dark yellow) in modern times. Shadowed area represent approximately extension in the past.
The language family is as follows:
- Jaikó (†) (Northern Jê)
- Central Jê
- Northwest Jê
- Kaingáng (Southern Jê)
The Jê family forms the core of the Macro-Jê family. Kaufman, Murno-Gladst, et al. (1990) find the proposal convincing.
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