Cuiba Language New Testament / Nacom Pejume Diwesi po diwesi pena jume diwesi xua Jesucristo yabara tinatsi (CUI) / Columbia
Cuiba Language New Testament
Nacom Pejume Diwesi po diwesi pena jume diwesi xua Jesucristo yabara tinatsi (CUI)
- Paperback: 786 pages
- Publisher: Digital Bible Society (June 19, 2017) / Wycliffe Bible Translators
- Language: Cuiba
- ISBN-10: 1531301819
- ISBN-13: 978-1531301811
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.8 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds
John 3:16 Juan
Equeicha Jesús nayabara paeba poxonae Nicodemo tsipaebatsi. Jesús jeye: “Nacom antobe bichocono daxita carepaya jiwi xua barapo cae pin nacuathe. Daxota Nacom Pexanto itoroba pon yatsicaya compa tatsi. Pon Nacom Pexanto tatsi jume cowʉntatsi, bapon jopa weraweracae tsane. Bapon peajʉntʉyapusʉwa xeinaena, po peajʉntʉyapusʉwa ataya tsiteca.
Cuiba is a Guahiban language that is spoken by about 2,300 people in Colombia and additional 650 in Venezuela. More than half of Cuiba speakers are monoglot, and in Colombia there is a 45% literacy rate. Cuiva is also referred to as Cuiba, Cuiba-Wámonae, Kuiva, Chiricoa, Hiwi, and Maiben. In Colombia, Cuiva is spoken among those who live and who are born surrounding the Colombian rivers, Meta Casanare and Capanaparo. The Cuiba ethnic group is often found in the Casanare region. In Venezuela the language is spoken in the state of Apure, one of the state border with Colombia, which is found alongside the Capanaparo river.
|Native to||Colombia, Venezuela|
Meta Casanare and Capanapara rivers (Colombia)Apure Division (Venezuela)
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