The New Testament in Cacua, a language of Colombia
Dios ã jáap naáwát tólih
El Nuevo Testamento en cacua, un idioma de Colombia
Publisher: La Liga Bíblica
Wycliffe Bible Translators, Inc.
Published: September 8, 2008
Dimensions (inches) 6 wide x 9 tall
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The Cacua language, also known as Kakua or Kakwa, is an indigenous language spoken by a few hundred people in Colombia and Brazil. There are many monolinguals, especially children. Apart from being close to or a dialect of Nukak, its classification is uncertain.
The language is spoken by indigenous American Cacua people that live in Colombian and Brazilian interfluvial tropical forests higher than 200 meters (660 ft) in elevation. The people have traditional livelihoods such as nomadic hunting-gathering and swidden agriculture. There are some non-native speakers of Cacua that are predominantly missionary workers. Their presence has resulted in the translation of religious Christian texts, notably the Christian Bible!
|Native to||Colombia (Vaupés), Brazil (Amazonas)|
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