Pokangá

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A language of Brazil

Alternate Names
Bará, Bara Sona, Barasano, Bará-Tukano, Pakang, Pokangá-Tapuya, Waipínõmakã
Population

100 (1983 SIL). Ethnic population: 300 (1988 ISA).

Location

Amazonas, Upper Tiquie, tributary of Vaupés.

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Language Status

7 (Shifting).

Language Use

The people claim to speak Waimaha (Northern Barasano) [bao]. Also use Tucano [tuo].

Other Comments

May be the same as Barasana [bsn] or Waimaha [bao] (Northern Barasano, Bará). Might be a Maku language.