Mepuri language

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Mepuri
Native toBrazil
RegionAmazonas
Extinct(date missing)
Arawakan
  • Northern
    • Mepuri
Language codes
ISO 639-3None (mis)
Glottologmepu1234

Mepuri is an extinct Arawakan language of Brazil that was spoken around the confluence of the Rio Negro and Japurá River, mainly on the Marié River and Curicuriari River.[1][2] A word list was collected by Johann Natterer in 1831.[1]

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