Talk:Lucumí language

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Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic[edit]

Is there any reliable source that suggests that Lucumi is used by many people in these countries? As it stands now, there's none mentioned in the article so I'm going to remove all references to these countries. saɪm duʃan Talk|Contribs 02:51, 30 July 2011 (UTC)

Lucumí is the liturgical language of Santería, therefore, practitioners throughout the Caribbean (especially PR and DR) also speak it. Omo Obatalá (talk) 21:00, 14 January 2015 (UTC)