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- Play media Mapuche (/mæˈpʊtʃi/) or Mapudungun (from mapu 'land' and dungun 'speak, speech') is an Araucanian language related to ****lliche spoken in south-central...
- Mapudungun, the language of the Mapuche of modern south-central Chile and southwestern Argentina, did not have a writing system when the Spanish arrived...
- Jolkesky (2016): († = extinct) Mapudungun Mapudungun, Nuclear Mapudungun Pewenche Rankelche Mapudungun, Southern: Williche Mapudungun, Northern Pikunche † Chango...
- Mapudungun language, generally from Chile and southwestern Argentina. Note: this list includes only currently used placenames that have a Mapudungun etymology...
- live in Chile, of whom 114,000 speak Mapudungun. ****lliche dialect or Chesungun is a divergent variety of Mapudungun that had 2,000 speakers in 1982, living...
- A poncho (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈpontʃo]; Quechua: punchu; Mapudungun: pontro; "blanket", "woolen fabric") is an outer garment designed to keep the body...
- Central Andean peoples the moon (Mama Killa, Cuyen in Mapudungun) and the sun (Inti, Antu in Mapudungun) are spouses. Mapuche, Quechua and Aymara words for...
- The pudus (Mapudungun püdü or püdu, Spanish: pudú, Spanish pronunciation: [puˈðu]) are two species of South American deer from the genus Pudu, and are...
- extent in Chile; Wayuu in northern Colombia and northwest Venezuela; and Mapudungun in small pockets of southern Chile and Argentina. In Bolivia, Quechua...
- religious, and economic structure, as well as a common linguistic heritage as Mapudungun speakers. Their influence once extended from Aconcagua Valley to Chiloé...
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