Maya language (Brazil)


Maya language (Brazil)
Maya
Mayo
Spoken in Brazil
Native speakers ?
Language family
Pano–Tacanan
Language codes
ISO 639-3 None

Maya (Mayo), perhaps also known as Quixito, is a language spoken in Brazil. Its classification is unclear. It may be one of the Panoan languages, possibly Mayoruna.[1]

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