Mataco Language New Testament / El Nuevo Testamento - Traducido al idioma de los Matacos / Argentine Chaco
Mataco Language New Testament
Mataco is spoken by about 10,000 people in the Argentine Chaco!
It is distantly related to the other Chaco languages, but they are not mutually intelligible.
The Matacos are generally found west of the Tobas, along the upper Bermejo River valley.
The language is spoken in several dialectal forms.
Vejos / Vejoz was the dialect originally used in the translation.
TRANSLATED BY: R.J. Hunt, South American MS, with the assistance of M. Guerrero
VERY RARE PRINT AND LANGUAGE!!!
El Nuevo Testamento - Traducido al idioma de los Matacos
Matacoan is a language family of northern Argentina, western Paraguay, and southeastern Bolivia
- Hardcover: 622 pages
- Publisher: Bible Society (1962)
- Language: Mataco
El Nuevo Testamento / Traducido al idioma de los matacos
Sociedades Biblicas En America Latina
1962 B.F.B.S. Buenos Aires - Size 273
Printed in Great Britain by A. Brown & Sons, Limited, Hull, England.
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