Apurinã is a Southern Arawakan or Maipurean language spoken in Amazonas and Mato Grosso States in the northwestern Amazon region of Brazil, mainly along Pures River. In 2006 there were about 2,800 speakers of Apurinã, which is also known as Ipurinã, Ipurinãn or Kangite. The language is known as Pupikariwakuri or Popikariwakori by the people who speak, who call themselves popũkare.
Awa sytu awa kãkiti awinhi iãtã. Uwa awary kaiãapukury ũimiakury. Uwa ũtanyrykata awa ũaapuku amarekatãĩ. Txamary nynuwa aapuku kiumãtxipeinhinhixika, patsukarepyryna awinhinã.
There was a woman who lived in the community. She had many children. She and her husband lived in a very big house. But the house had a lot of gutter, because the straw was old.
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Information about Apurinã
Achagua, Apurinã, Arawak, Asháninka, Ashéninka, Baniwa, Baniwa of Guainía, Baure, Caquinte, Chamicuro, Curripaco, Garifuna, Iñapari, Machiguenga, Nanti, Nomatsiguenga, Palikúr, Paraujuano, Paresi, Pauna, Piapoco, Taíno, Tariana, Terêna, Wapishana, Wayuu, Yanesha', Yucuna
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