Charruan languages
The Charruan languages are an extinct group of languages once spoken in Uruguay and the Argentine province of Entre Ríos. In 2005 a semi-speaker of Chaná language was found.Four languages are consider...
Charruan languages - Wikipedia
Guaicuruan languages
Guaicuruan (Guaykuruan, Waikurúan, Guaycuruano, Guaikurú, Guaicurú, Guaycuruana) is a language family spoken in northern Argentina, western Paraguay, and Brazil (Mato Grosso do Sul).
Guaicuruan/Wa...
Mataco-Guaicuru languages
Mataco-Guaicuru or Macro-Waikurúan is a hypothetical language family consisting of the Guaicuruan, Matacoan, and sometimes Mascoian and Charruan families. These are spoken in Argentina, Brazil, Paragu...
Mataco-Guaicuru languages - Wikipedia
Matacoan languages
Matacoan (also Mataguayan, Matákoan, Mataguayo, Mataco–Mataguayo, Matacoano, Matacoana) is a language family of northern Argentina, western Paraguay, and southeastern Bolivia.
Matacoan consists of...
Wichí Lhamtés Güisnay
Wichí Lhamtés Güisnay or Wiznay is a Wichí language. Wichí Lhamtés Güisnay had an estimated 15,000 speakers in 1999 in Argentina. The language is centered in the Pilcomayo River region. Other names fo...
Ayoreo language
Ayoreo is a Zamucoan language spoken in both Paraguay and Bolivia. It is also known as Morotoco, Moro, Ayoweo, Ayoré, and Pyeta Yovai. However, the name "Ayoreo" is more common in Bolivia, and "Moroto...
Vilela language
Vilela (Uakambalelté, Atalalá, Chulupí~Chunupí) is an extinct language last spoken in the Resistencia area of Argentina and in the eastern Chaco near the Paraguayan border. Dialects were Ocol, Chinipi...
Vilela language - Wikipedia
Chaná language
Chaná is an extinct Charruan language that was once spoken in Uruguay along the Uruguay and Paraná-Guazú rivers.Chaná is poorly attested. There exists a short grammar by Dámaso Antonio Larrañaga and ...
Charrúa language
Charrúa is an extinct Charruan language historically spoken by the Charrúa people in southern Uruguay.
Wichí languages
Wichí languages are the most widely spoken language of the Matacoan language family. They are also known as Mataco, Wichi, Wichí Lhamtés, Weenhayek, Noctenes, Matahuayo, Matako, Weʃwo. The name Mataco...
Abipón language
The Abipón language was a native American language of the Guaicuruan group of the Guaycurú-Charruan family that was at one time spoken in Argentina by the Abipón people. Its last speaker is thought t...
Lule language
Lule is an indigenous language of northern Argentina.Lule may be extinct today. Campbell (1997) writes that in 1981 there was an unconfirmed report that Lule is still spoken by 5 families in Resistenc...
Lule language - Wikipedia
Mocoví language
The Mocoví language is a Guaicuruan language of Argentina spoken by about 4,500 people mostly in Santa Fé province.
Nivaclé language
Nivaclé is a Matacoan language spoken in Paraguay and by a couple hundred in Argentina. It is also known as Chulupí and Ashluslay, and in older sources has been called Ashuslé, Suhin, Sujín, Chunupí, ...
Kadiweu language
Kadiweu is a Mataco–Guaicuru language spoken by 1,200-1,800 people in Brazil. It is mainly a subject–verb–object language and its ISO 639-3 code is kbc.Kadiwéu is a Waikurúan language spoken by about ...
Wichí Lhamtés Nocten
Wichí Lhamtés Nocten, or Weenhayek, is a Wichí language primarily spoken in Bolivia, where an estimated 1,810 Wichí people spoke it in 1994. An additional one hundred people spoke the language in Arge...
Toba people
The Toba or Qom are an ethnic group in Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay. They are part of a larger group of indigenous inhabitants of the Gran Chaco region, called the Guaycurues. As of 2005, there are...
Toba people - Wikipedia
Wichí Lhamtés Vejoz
Wichí Lhamtés Vejoz is a Mataco-Guaicuru language of Argentina and Bolivia. Speakers are concentrated in northern parts of Chaco, Formosa, Salta, Jujuy Provinces, as well as west of Toba, the upper Be...
Pilagá language
Pilagá is a language spoken by 4,000 people in the Bermejo and Pilcomayo River valleys, western Formosa Province, in northeastern Argentina.
The geographical distribution into communities is perme...
Iyojwa'ja Chorote language
Eklenhui (Iyojwa'ja Chorote) is a language spoken in northeast Salta province in Argentina by 800. It is also known as Choroti, Yofuaha, and Eklenjuy. It is distinct from the similarly named Iyo'wujwa...
List of indigenous languages in Argentina
This is a list of Indigenous languages that are or were spoken in the present territory of Argentina.Although the official language of Argentina is Spanish, several Indigenous languages are in use. Mo...
List of indigenous languages in Argentina - Wikipedia
Iyo'wujwa Chorote
Iyo'wujwa (Chorote) is a Matacoan language spoken by about 2,000 people, mostly in Argentina where it is spoken by about 1,500 people; 50% of whom are monolingual. Alternate names include: Choroti, Ma...
Güenoa language
Güenoa is an extinct Charruan language once spoken in Uruguay and Argentina.
Güenoa language - Wikipedia
Balomar language
Balomar is an undescribed, extinct language, formerly spoken in the Province of Entre Ríos, Argentina.
Toba Qom language
Toba is a Guaicuruan language spoken in South America by the Toba people. In Argentina it is most widely dispersed in the east of Formosa and Chaco Provinces where the majority of the approximately 19...