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Baré (Barawana) is an Arawakan language, probably extinct, of Venezuela and Brazil. Aikhenvald (1999) reports just a few old speakers left of Baré proper, and that the Guinau variety was extinct. Ethnologue (2009) reports no known speakers. Kaufman (1994) considers Baré proper, Guinau, and extinct Marawá to be distinct languages; Aikhenvald, dialects of a single languages. (Marawá is not the same language as Marawán. ) Baré is a generic name for a number of Arawakan languages in the area, including Mandahuaca, Guarequena, Baniwa, and Piapoco. Baré [bae bae] is the language given this name in Kaufman, Aikhenvald, and Ethnologue.
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[en] Baré language

Language type : Extinct

Language resources for Baré

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Wiktionnaire - Catégorie:baré [fr]

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ISO 639 Codes

ISO 639-3 : bae

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