Murui Huitoto is a member of the Witotoan language family
spoken by about 2,900 people along Ampiyacu, Putumayo and
Napo rivers in Peru and Colombia. In Peru the language has
official status and is used in schools and churches.
Murui Huitoto was formerly spoken in Brazil, and is also
known as Murui, Bue or Witoto. It is written with a version
of the Latin alphabet and a dictionary and grammar have
Murui Huitoto pronunciation
Sample text in Murui Huitoto
Nana cai comuillamona dama cai abido iticai. Cai comuillamona jiaimie anamo
iñedicai. Nana daje facaiconi iticai. Abi uiñuanona comuidicai.
Dani coninirie cai nabairilla.
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They
are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another
in a spirit of brotherhood. (Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)