Chibchan languages
The Chibchan languages (also Chíbchan, Chibchano) make up a language family indigenous to the Isthmo-Colombian area, which extends from eastern Honduras to northern Colombia and includes populations o...
Chibchan languages - Wikipedia
Nutabe language
Nutabe (Nutabane) is an extinct Chibchan language of Colombia (Adelaar & Muysken, 2004:49).
Chibcha language
Chibcha is an extinct language of Colombia, formerly spoken by the Muisca people, a complex indigenous civilization of South America of what today is the country of Colombia. Scholars believe the Chib...
Arhuaco language
Arhuaco, commonly known as Ika, is an Indigenous American language of the Chibchan language family, spoken in South America by the Arhuaco people.It has 14,800 speakers, all in the Sierra Nevada de Sa...
Maléku language
The Maléku Jaíka language, also called Guatuso, is an indigenous language of north central Costa Rica. It is a Chibchan language spoken by around 750 indigenous Maléku people.
Cabécar language
The Cabécar language is an indigenous American language of the Chibchan language family which is spoken in Costa Rica. Specifically, it is spoken in the inland Turrialba Region of the Cartago Provinc...
Barí language
Barí is a Chibchan language spoken in Northwestern South America by the Baris (Motilones). The Motilones are sometimes called "dobocubi", but this is a pejorative term.3,500 speakers were reported in ...
Kuna language
The Kuna language, spoken by the Kuna people of Panama and Colombia, belongs to the Chibchan language family.
The Kunas were living in what is now Northern Colombia and the Darién Province of Pana...
Atanque language
Atanque (Atanques) or Cancuamo (Kankuama) is an extinct Chibchan language of Colombia.
Old Catio language
Old Catío is an extinct Chibchan language of Colombia (Adelaar & Muysken, 2004:49).
Wiwa language
Damana (also known as Wiwa, Guamaco, Malayo, Sanja or Arosario) is a Chibchan language spoken by around 2000 Wiwa south and east of Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in northern Colombia.
Votic languages
The Votic languages are a well-defined branch of Chibchan languages spoken in Costa Rica and Nicaragua. They are:
Votic languages - Wikipedia
Voto language
Voto is an extinct Chibchan language of Costa Rica.
Voto language - Wikipedia
Bribri language
The Bribri language is a tonal SOV language spoken by the Bribri people from Costa Rica. It belongs to the Chibchan language family. Today there are about 11,000 speakers left.
Bribi, like its si...
Kogi language
Kogi (Cogui), or Kagaba (Cágaba), is a Chibchan language of Colombia. The Kogi people are almost entirely monolingual, and maintain the only unconquered Andean civilization.
Teribe language
Teribe is a language spoken by the Naso or Teribe Indians; it is used primarily in the Bocas del Toro Province of northwestern Panama and in the southern part of Costa Rica's Puntarenas Province, but ...
Rama language
Rama is one of the indigenous languages of the Chibchan family spoken by the Rama people on the island of Rama Cay and south of lake Bluefields on the Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua. Other indigenous la...
Buglere language
Buglere (Bugle), also known as Murire or Muoy, is a Chibchan language of Panama and Costa Rica spoken by the Guaymi people. There are two dialects, Sabanero and Bokotá (Bogota).Buglere is spoken by 40...
Talamanca languages
The Talamanca languages are a well-defined branch of Chibchan languages spoken in central–southern Costa Rica and northern Panama. They are:Huetar (Güetar), Bribri (Talamanca), Cabécar (Talamanca), Ch...
Talamanca languages - Wikipedia
Paya language
Pech or Paya is a Chibchan language spoken in Honduras. According to Ethnologue there were only 990 speakers in 1993. It is also known as Seco or Bayano. Specifically, it is spoken near thenorth centr...
Boruca language
The Boruca language (also known as Bronka, Bronca or Brúnkajk.) is the native language of the Boruca people of Costa Rica. It is one of the Chibchan languages. It is nearly extinct; it was spoken flue...
Guaymí language
Guaymí, or Ngäbere, also known as Movere, Chiriquí, and Valiente, is spoken by the indigenous Ngäbe people in Panama and Costa Rica. The people refer to themselves as Ngäbe (pronounced [ˈŋɔbe]) and t...
Corobicí language
Corobicí is an extinct Chibchan language of Costa Rica.
U'wa language
The Uwa language, Uw Cuwa, commonly known as Tunebo, is a Chibchan language spoken by between 1,800 and 3,600 of the Uwa people of Colombia, out of a total population of about 7,000.
There are hal...
Duit language
Duit is an extinct Chibchan language, spoken by the Muisca people of Colombia.
Duit language - Wikipedia
Huetar language
Huetar (Güetar) is an extinct Chibchan language of Costa Rica.
Dorasque language
Dorasque, also known as Chumulu, is an extinct Chibchan language of Panama.
Chimila language
Chimila (Shimizya) is a Chibchan language of Colombia, spoken by the Chimilas. At one time the Malibu languages were grouped with Chimila, before Chimila was considered a Chibchan language.The "Cesar"...