Secoya Language New Testament
Maija'quë Huajë Ca Nëose'e (SEYNT)
- Paperback: 406 pages
- Publisher: Digital Bible Society (June 29, 2017) Wycliffe Bible Translators
- Language: Secoya
- ISBN-10: 1531305776
- ISBN-13: 978-1531305772
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 1 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds
John 3:16 Juan
Siꞌa pa̱ire oi doꞌire Maijaꞌquëpi i̱ mamaquë teꞌi macani i̱sipi, siꞌa pa̱i i̱te, nuñerepa i̱re papi, cajë cuasacohuaꞌipi ne huesëmaꞌpë, ti pani huesëja̱jë caquë.
The Secoya language has been classified as a member of the Tucanoan linguistic family and the sub-family, Western Tucanoan, in Ecuador and Peru. The remaining sub-families are Eastern Tucanoan and Central Tucanoan, comprising at least fourteen languages spoken in the region of the Vaupés River in Colombia and Brazil. Included among the Secoya are a number of people called Angoteros. Although their language comprises only some dialectal differences of Secoya, there are no other communicative obstacles present. The Siona of the Eno River, linguistically different from the Siona of the Putumayo, say there are significant dialectal differences between their language and Secoya, but are still considered a part of them. In ethnographic publications, the Secoya go by other alternate names as well: Encabellado, Pioje (meaning "no" in Secoya), Santa Maria, and Angutera.
|Native to||Ecuador, Peru|
|Region||Putumayo River, Vaupés River|
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