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AraonaLanguage
The AraonaLanguage is an AraonaGroupLanguage of Bolivia. SIL code: ARO. ISO 639-2: sai. Population: 87 (1994 H. Petersen NTM). Region: Northwest, headwaters of Manupari River. Alternate names: CAVINA. Comments: Knowledge of Spanish is increasing. All ages. Vigorous. Araona and Cavina are names of two moieties of the group. Dictionary. SOV. Bible portions 1974-1981.(extract from http://www.ethnologue.com/)
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InstancesAraonaGroupLanguageOf the five AraonaTacanaLanguages, one is classified as an AraonaGroupLanguage.(extract from http://www.ethnologue.com/)
 AraonaTacanaLanguageOf the six TacananLanguages, five are classified as an AraonaTacanaLanguage.(extract from http://www.ethnologue.com/)
 ContentBearingPhysicalAny Object or Process that expresses content. This covers Objects that contain a Proposition, such as a book, as well as ManualSignLanguage, which may similarly contain a Proposition.
 EntityThe universal class of individuals. This is the root node of the ontology.
 HumanLanguageThe subclass of Languages used by Humans.
 LanguageA system of signs for expressing thought. The system can be either natural or artificial, i.e. something that emerges gradually as a cultural artifact or something that is intentionally created by a person or group of people.
 LinguisticExpressionThis is the subclass of ContentBearingPhysical which are language-related. Note that this Class encompasses both Language and the the elements of Languages, e.g. Words.
 PhysicalAn entity that has a location in space-time. Note that locations are themselves understood to have a location in space-time.
 SpokenHumanLanguageA SpokenHumanLanguage is a HumanLanguage which has as its medium the human voice. It can also be represented visually through writing, although not all SpokenHumanLanguages have a codified written form.
 TacananLanguageA TacananLanguage is any one of six languages, spoken in Bolivia, forming a distinct family of languages that are unrelated to any others.(extract from http://www.ethnologue.com/)
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