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Cubeo Language New Testament / Majepacʉ jʉ̃menijicʉi yávaiye mamaene coyʉitucubo (CUBNT) / Brazil, Columbia

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Cubeo Language New Testament

Majepacʉ jʉ̃menijicʉi yávaiye mamaene coyʉitucubo (CUBNT)

Brazil, Columbia

 

  • Paperback: 596 pages
  • Publisher: Digital Bible Society (June 15, 2017) / Wycliffe Bible Translators
  • Language: Cubeo
  • ISBN-10: 1531301797
  • ISBN-13: 978-1531301798
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.5 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds

 

John 3:16 Juan

Coyʉre nʉrejamed̶a Jesús:
—Quécʉra, cũinácʉrabu yʉ Jʉ̃menijicʉi mácʉ. Pare baju ijãravʉcavʉre ʉcʉ, yʉre darorejame Jʉ̃menijicʉ yore. Jaʉrabeda toabo cũiméboi ne nʉmenajiyepe ayʉ, yʉre jʉ aivʉre jãravʉ cũiméjãravʉ baquinóre cʉre d̶aibi Jʉ̃menijicʉ cavarõ mearoi.
 
The Cuebo language (also spelled Cuevo) is the language spoken by the Cubeo people in the Vaupés Department, the Cuduyari and Querarí Rivers and their tributaries in Colombia, and in Brazil and Venezuela. It is a member of the central branch of the Tucanoan languages. Cubeo has borrowed a number of words from the Nadahup languages, and its grammar has apparently been influenced by Arawak languages. The language has been variously described as having a subject–object–verb or an object–verb–subject word order, the latter quite rare. It is sometimes called Pamiwa, the ethnic group's autonym, but it is not to be confused with the Pamigua language, sometimes called Pamiwa.
 
Cubeo
pãmié
Native to BrazilColombia
Ethnicity Cubeo
Native speakers
6,300 (2009)
Tucanoan
  • Central
    • Cubeo
Language codes
ISO 639-3 cub
Glottolog cube1242

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