Andoa is a Zaparoan language that was spoken in the Pastaza River region in northern of Peru, and in neighbouring areas of Ecuador, until 1993, when the last known speaker died. It is also known as Anoda-Shimigae, Shimigae, Semigae, Siaviri, Gae or Gay. The Andoa people now speak Pastaza Quechua or Spanish.

Andoa alphabet and pronunciation

Andoa alphabet and pronunciation

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Information about Andoa

Zaparoan languages

Andoa, Arabela, Iquito, Záparo

Languages written with the Latin alphabet

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