• Aymara language - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aymara_language Aymara (IPA: (); also Aymar aru) is an Aymaran language spoken by the Aymara people of the Andes.It is one of only a handful of Native American languages with over one million speakers. Aymara, along with Spanish, is an official language of Bolivia.It is also spoken, to a much lesser extent, by some communities in southern Peru and in northern Chile, where it is a recognized minority language.
  • Aymara language, alphabet and pronunciation

    www.omniglot.com/writing/aymara.htm Aymara (Aymar aru) Aymara is an Aymaran language with about 2.2 million speakers in Bolivia, Peru, where it is an official language, and also in Chile and Argentina.
  • Aymara Language - Structure, Writing & Alphabet - MustGo

    www.mustgo.com/worldlanguages/aymara Aymara Central with 2,098,000 speakers is the official language of Bolivia (Ethnologue). Efforts are underway to promote literacy in the language. Peru Aymara is a language of a recognized nationality in Peru where where it is spoken by 442,000 people.
  • Aymara Language and the Aymara Indian Tribe (Aimara ...

    www.native-languages.org/aymara.htm Aymara Indian Language (Aimara, Aymará) Language: Aymara is one of the major languages of South America, spoken by more than two million people in the Andean region of Bolivia, Peru, Chile and Argentina. Actually, depending on the linguist doing the counting, there are somewhere between two and eight different Aymaran languages, each of which is difficult for speakers of the others to understand.
  • Aymara - Introduction, Location, Language, Folklore ...

    www.everyculture.com/wc/Afghanistan-to-Bosnia-Herzegovina/Aymara.html The Aymara language, originally called jaqi aru (the language of the people), is still the major language in the Bolivian Andes and in southeastern Peru. In the rural areas, one finds that the Aymara language is predominant. In the cities and towns the Aymara are bilingual, speaking both Spanish and Aymara.
  • Aymara

    languagesgulper.com/eng/Aymara.html Aymara has a potential mood, which is divided into two tenses: present potential and past potential. The present potential (or desiderative) indicates the possibility of an event in the near future while the past potential (or reproacher) refers to an event that has failed to take place in the past. The imperative paradigm has second and third-person subject forms.
  • Aymara Translation Services - English to Aymara Translations

    www.translation-services-usa.com/languages/aymara.php The Aymara language is an inflected language, and has a subject-object-verb word order. Some believe that the Aymara language descends from the language spoken in Tiwanaku. This can't be proven, but it is known that the language was spoken by the rich Aymara kingdoms, who were later conquered by the Inca.
  • Aymara Words (Aimara) - Native Languages

    www.native-languages.org/aymara_words.htm Native American Vocabulary: Aymara Words Welcome to our Aymara vocabulary page! Aymara is an Andean language of Bolivia, Peru and Chile, considered by some to be a distant relative of Quechua.We have included twenty basic Aymara words here, to compare with related American Indian languages.
  • Aymara | people | Britannica

    www.britannica.com/topic/Aymara Aymara, large South American Indian group living on the Altiplano—a vast windy plateau of the central Andes in Peru and Bolivia—with smaller numbers in Argentina and Chile. Their language is also called Aymara. In colonial times the Aymara tribes were the Canchi, Colla, Lupaca, Collagua, Ubina,
  • Aymara - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aymara Languages and people. Aymaran languages, the second most widespread Andean language . Aymara language, the main language within that family; Central Aymara, the other surviving branch of the Aymara(n) family, which today includes only the endangered Jaqaru/Kawki language; Aymara people, the native ethnic group identified with the speakers of Altiplano Aymara