List of extinct languages of South America


List of extinct languages of South America

This is a list of extinct languages of South America, languages which have undergone language death, have no native speakers and no spoken descendant.

Argentina

*Abipón
*Chané
*Cacán o Het
* All languages of the Charruan family, as Chaná and Güenoa
*Henia-Camiare
*Kunza
*Huarpe languages: Allentiac and Millcayac
*Lule Toconoté

Bolivia

*Canichana
*Cayubaba
*Itene
*Jorá
*Saraveca
*Shinabo

Brazil

*Acroá
*Arara
*Arua
*Guana
*Kaimbé
*Kamakan
*Kamba
*Kambiwá
*Kanoé
*Kapinawá
*Karipuna
*Kariri-Xocó
*Maritsauá
*Nukuini
*Oti
*Otuke
*Pankararé
*Paranawát
*Pataxó-Hãhaãi
*Puri
*Tapeba
*Tingui-Boto
*Truká
*Tukumanféd
*Tupinambá
*Turiwara
*Tuxá
*Tuxinawa
*Uamué
*Umotina
*Wakoná
*Wasu
*Wiraféd
*Xakriabá
*Yabaâna

Chile

*Kakauhua
*Kunza
*Yaghan

Colombia

*Andaqui
*Anserma
*Arma
*Barbacoas
*Cagua
*Chibcha
*Chipiajes
*Coxima
*Coyaima
*Cumeral
*Macaguaje
*Natagaimas
*Omejes
*Pijao
*Ponares
*Runa
*Tama
*Tomedes
*Totoro
*Yahuna
*Rafaelii

Ecuador

*Tetete

Guyana

*Skepi Creole Dutch

Paraguay

*Emok

Peru

*Abishira
*Aguano
*Akano
*Andoa
*Atsahuaca
*Aymara, Classical
*Aushiri
*Caxamarca
*Chavín
*Chimú
*Hibito
*Kauki
*Mochica
*Mouchick
*Nocaman
*Omurano
*Panobo
*Pukará
*Puquina
*Remo
*Sickán
*Sensi
*Yameo

Venezuela

*Baniva
*Baré
*Cumanagoto
*Paraujano
*Tamanaku
*Yavitero


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