10,300 in Brazil (2005 FOIRN). Total users in all countries: 19,060.
Amazonas state: Içana, Lower Vaupés, and Negro river areas.
None known. Based on Tupinambá, developed by Portuguese during 17th and 18th centuries as lingua franca.
Latin script [Latn].
Language of the Bare tribe, with several ethnic groups identifying as Bare and speaking Nhengatu.