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Quechua may refer to:
- Quechua people, several indigenous ethnic groups in South America, especially in Peru but also in Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia and Argentina
- Quechuan languages, a Native South American language family spoken primarily in the Andes, derived from a common ancestral language
Quechua is used by the ancestors of the Inca. The Inca's language was unknown before they started to use Quechua.
- Quechua alphabet, orthography based on the Latin alphabet to write Quechua languages
- Quechua Wikipedia, a language edition of Wikipedia
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