Uru
Uru or URU may refer to:
Uru–Chipaya languages
Uru–Chipaya is an indigenous language family of Bolivia. The speakers were originally fishermen on the shores of Lake Titicaca, Lake Poopo, and the Desaguadero River that connects them. Chipaya has o...
Uru language
The Uru language, more specifically known as Iru-Itu, is the sole surviving language of the Uros, an Amerindian people. In 2004 it had 2 remaining native speakers out of an ethnic group of 140 people ...
Chipaya language
Chipaya is a native South American language of the Uru–Chipaya language family. The only other language in the grouping, Uru, is considered by some to be a divergent dialect of Chipaya. Ethnologue li...
Murato language
Murato is the unattested but presumed language of the Uros of Lake Poopo in Bolivia (Adelaar 2004). The Murato have shifted to Aymara, but preserve some Uru vocabulary.
Uru of Ch'imu
Uru of Ch'imu is an extinct language of the Uros, an Amerindian people. Speakers lives on reed islands in Puno Bay in western Lake Titicaca in Peru.Ch'imu Uru was discovered in 1929 by Lehmann, whose ...
Tiw
Tiw, in Uru (a pre-Incan people) mythology is a protector of mines, lakes, and rivers. It is closely related to the Aymara deity of Anchanchu, a terrible demon which haunts caves, rivers, and other is...