Arabela New Testament / Quiarinio pueyaso rupaa pa jiyaniijia Jesucristojiniji pueyano rupaajinia (ARLNT) / Peru
Arabela New Testament
Quiarinio pueyaso rupaa pa jiyaniijia Jesucristojiniji pueyano rupaajinia (ARLNT)
- Paperback: 670 pages
- Publisher: Digital Bible Society (June 19, 2017) / Wycliffe Bible Translators
- Language: Arabela
- ISBN-10: 1531300529
- ISBN-13: 978-1531300524
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.7 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds
John 3:16 San Juan
’Jiyanohua cua Que Pueyaso paniniuucua puetunu mijiria quiniaa pueyajanaa, nojuajaari Neyanujuanaa jiyaroquiaari puetunu pueyapueecuarajanaa mosocoriquiano. Puetunu cucua tiuuniaa pueyajanaari saniitioyaquishaanutaniya cutara. Nojori cutaraari pueyaracaanu rishijiaca quiniutianiya Pueyaso shuriucua.
Arabela is a nearly extinct indigenous American language of the Zaparoan family spoken in two Peruvian villages in tropical forest along the Napo tributary of the Arabela river. Also known as Chiripuno and Chiripunu, it is spoken by fewer than 50 people out of an ethnic population of about 500. Since there are so few speakers of Arabela left, its speakers speak either Spanish or Quechua as a second language. The literacy rate for Arabela as a first language is about 10–30%, and about 50–75% for a second language. It uses a SOV word order.
|Ethnicity||500 Arabela (2002)
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