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Tequiraca (Tekiráka), also known as Abishira (Avishiri)*, is a language spoken in Peru. In 1925 there were between 50 and 80 speakers in Puerto Elvira on Lake Vacacocha (connected with the Napo River). It had been presumed extinct some time in the mid 20th century, but in 2010 a few speakers or semi-speakers were found. The little data available show it to not be closely related to other languages, though a distant connection to Canichana was proposed by Kaufman (1994). *Other spellings are Auishiri, Agouisiri, Avirxiri, Abiquira, Abigira; it has also been called Ixignor and Vacacocha.
Source : DBpedia

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[br] Abichireg
[en] Abishira
[fr] Auishiri
[es] Idioma tekiraka

Language type : Extinct

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Following BCP 47 the recommended tag for this language is ash.

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ISO 639-3 : ash

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