Toba Qom language
|Native to||Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia|
Toba Qom is a Guaicuruan language spoken in South America by the Toba people. The language is known by a variety of names including Toba, Qom or Kom, Chaco Sur, and Toba Sur. In Argentina it is most widely dispersed in the eastern regions of the provinces of Formosa and Chaco where the majority of the approximately 19,810 (2000 WCD) speakers reside. The language is distinct from Toba-Pilagá and Paraguayan Toba-Maskoy. There are also 146 Toba speakers in Bolivia where it is known as Qom and in Paraguay where it is also known as Qob or Toba-Qom.
|Mid||e eː||o oː|
Both voiced uvular and velar fricatives may also be voiced stop sounds. 
- Toba language dictionary online from IDS (select simple or advanced browsing)
- Argentinian Languages Collection of Salvador Bucca at the Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America, including audio recordings of stories, songs, sermons, and conversations in Toba.
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