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Sigma KEE - ZaparoLanguage
. SIL code: ZRO. ISO 639-2: sai. Population 5 or 6 (1996 SIL). Extinct in Peru. Region: Pastaza Province, Peru border, between the Curaray and Bobonaza rivers. Alternate names: ZAPARA, KAYAPWE. Comments: Bilingualism in Quichua. A large ethnic group, which is integrated with the Quichua. Quichua is used exclusively in the home. Distinct from Andoa (Shimagae) of Peru. SOV. Tropical forest. Riverine. Swidden agriculturalists. 300 to 400 meters. Nearly extinct.(extract from http://www.ethnologue.com/)
that expresses content. This covers
s that contain a
, such as a book, as well as
ualSignLanguage, which may similarly contain a
The universal class of individuals. This is the root node of the ontology.
s used by
A 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.
This is the subclass of
which are language-related. Note that this
and the the elements of
An entity that has a location in space-time. Note that locations are themselves understood to have a location in space-time.
which has as its medium the human voice. It can also be represented visually through writing, although not all
s have a codified written form.
is any of seven languages primarily found in
that form a family of languages apparently unrelated to others. Many of these languages are now extinct or nearly extinct.(extract from http://www.ethnologue.com/)
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