Information on the language, culture, history and genealogy of the Puquina Indians. Puquina Language (Pukina). Puquina was one of the Lengua Puquina *. de la dispersión territorial de la lengua puquina en la época colonial temprana. Los documentos publicados que se utilizan para complementar este análisis y. Banco de resumos» The Puquina and Leko languages (Métraux ) · La lengua Leca de los Ríos Mapirí y Beni según los mss. de los Pp. Cardús y Herrero.
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Puquina Language (Pukina)
Terrence Kaufman finds the proposal plausible. Append content without editing the whole page source. Retrieved from ” https: Except where otherwise noted, content on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.
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It is often associated with the culture that built Tiwanaku. Remnants of Puquina lenguua be found in the Quechuan and Spanish languages spoken in the south of Peru, mainly in ArequipaMoquegua and Tacnaas well as in Bolivia.
This page was last edited on 4 Aprilat You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Given the highland-lowland contact that is a general Andean characteristic, contact between Pukina and Leko speaking groups is almost a certainty. Click here to edit contents of this page. This site is part of the Etnolinguistica.
Lengua Puquina (Pukina)
Italics indicate extinct languages still recognized by the Bolivian constitution. Some theories claim that “Qhapaq Simi”, the cryptic language of the nobility of the Inca Empirewas closely related to Puquina, and that Runa Simi Quechuan languages were spoken by commoners.
Apart from some small wordlists, the only relevant source on Leko was a religious text from the beginning of the 19th century.
This indigenous languages of the Americas —related article is a stub. Click here to toggle editing of individual sections of the page if possible. There also lenngua to be remnants in the Kallawaya languagewhich may be a mixed kengua formed from Quechuan languages and Puquina. Apart from these texts, we have the Kallawaya language, used by herb doctors as a secret language.
It is a mixed language, based on Pukina lexicon and Quechua morphology. Puquina or Pukina is an extinct language once spoken by a native ethnic group in the region surrounding Lake Titicaca Peru and Bolivia and in the north of Chile. Notify administrators if there is objectionable content in this page. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.