Môa Nawa language
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Môa Nawa is an obsolescent indigenous language spoken in the Brazilian Amazon Basin. It is a Panoan language, and seems to be close to Poyanawa, but classification is difficult due to a near lack of data – it might not be a distinct language at all (Fleck 2013).
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