Topẽ Vĩ Rá - O Novo testamento / The New Testament in Kaingang language / Bible Society Brasil 2005 / Hardcover, 2nd edition with maps & dictionary
Topẽ Vĩ Rá - O Novo testamento / The New Testament in Kaingang language / Bible Society Brasil 2005 / Hardcover, 2nd edition with maps & dictionary / O Novo Testamento na lingua Kaingang
ISBN: 9788531108723 / 978-8531108723
PUBLISHER: Bible Society of Brasil / Sociedade Bíblica do Brasil
LANGUAGE: Kaingang / Brasil
Printed in 6.000 Copies
Illustrations by: Horace Knowles, Louise Bass
The Kaingang language (also spelled Kaingáng) is a Gê language spoken by the Kaingang people of southern Brazil. The Kaingang nation has about 30,000 people, and about from 60% to 65% speak the language. Most also speak Portuguese.
The Kaingang and Xokleng were previously considered a single ethnicity, which went by a number of names, including Amhó, Dorin, Gualachi, Chiqui, Ingain, Botocudo, Ivitorocái (= Amho), Kamé, Kayurukré, Tain (= Ingain), Taven. Some of these may have been tribal names; others were exonyms. Those living along the coast at the time of the Conquest were called Guayaná, and are considered to be the ancestors of the Kaingang. It is unknown to what extent the names might have corresponded to dialectal differences.
The New Testament in Kaingang language. Hardcover, black. Published by the Brasilian Bible Society. First Edition was published in 1977
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