Pataxó

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Pataxó
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Total population
11,800[1]
Regions with significant populations
Bahia
Languages
Portuguese
Pataxó Hã-Ha-Hãe

The Pataxó are an indigenous people in Bahia, Brazil with a population of about 11,800 individuals. They once spoke the Pataxó language, but now speak Portuguese and a revitalized version of the Pataxó language called Patxohã.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Instituto Socioambiental, Brazil
  2. ^ Bomfim, Anari (2012). "PATXOHÃ, "LINGUA DE GUERREIRO": UM ESTUDO SOBRE O PROCESSO DE RETOMADA DA LINGUA PATAXÓ" (PDF). UFBA Faculdade de filosofia e ciências humanas, centro dos estudos afro-orientais.

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