Cocoma (also spelled Cocama) is a language which is spoken by Indian tribesmen in northeastern lower Ucayali, lower Marañon and Huallaga rivers area, Peru. It is also spoken in Brazil and Colombia. Cocoma is classified in the Tupi group of the Tupi-Guarani language subfamily. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cocoma language"
Cusco is a dialect of the Quechua language. It is one of the largest dialects, along with Ayacucho Quechua. It is spoken throughout Peru, Bolivia, and Argentina. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cusco Quechua"
Paezan (also Páesan, Paezano) is a hypothetical language family of Colombia and Ecuador. ...more on Wikipedia about "Paezan languages"
Quechua (Runasimi in Quechua; Runa, "People" + Simi, "speech", literally "mouth") is a Native American language of South America. It was the language of the Inca Empire, and is today spoken in various dialects by some 9.6 million people throughout South America, including modern southern Colombia and Ecuador, all of Peru and Bolivia, north-western Argentina and northern Chile. It is the most widely spoken of all American Indian languages. ...more on Wikipedia about "Quechua language"
Spanish (español) or Castilian (castellano) is an Iberian Romance language, and the fourth most-widely spoken language in the world according to some sources, while other sources list it as the second or third most spoken language. It is spoken as a first language by about 352 million people, or by 417 million including non-native speakers (according to 1999 estimates). Some assert that, after English, Spanish can now be considered the second most important language in the world (probably replacing even French), due to its increased usage in the United States, the high birth rate in most of the countries where it is official, the growing economies of the Spanish-speaking world, its influence on the global music market, the importance of its literature, and simply due to the broad number of areas on the Earth's surface where the language is spoken. ...more on Wikipedia about "Spanish language"
Ticuna is a language spoken by approximately 21,000 people in Brazil, Peru, and Colombia. It is the native language of the Ticuna people. Ticuna is classified as a language isolate. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ticuna language"
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