Gueren language

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Gueren
Native toBrazil
RegionMinas Gerais
Extinct(date missing)
Macro-Jê
Language codes
ISO 639-3None (mis)
Glottologguer1242

Guerén (Guêren) is an extinct Botocudoan language of Brazil, related to Krenak. Today, several thousand Guerén people live in Olivença (now a district of Ilhéus), but they no longer speak the language.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Meader, Robert E. (1978). Indios do Nordeste: Levantamento sobre os remanescentes tribais do nordeste brasileiro (in Portuguese). Brasilia: SIL International.