KAMEETHARI ÑAANTSI: Iñaaventaitzirira Avinkatharite Jesucristo (CPUNT)
Ashéninka, Pichis (cpu) Peru Ashéninka Pichis is an indigenous American language spoken along Peru's Pichis river. The population is 12,000 in the Regions of Pichis and tributaries except Apurucayali. Alternate names are Pichis Ashéninca, and “Pichis Campa”. Dialects are somewhat intelligible with other Ashéninka varieties. The language classification is Arawakan, Maipuran, Southern Maipuran, Pre-Andine. It is the official language, however they also use Spanish. Language development includes a dictionary, grammar, and a New Testament. The writing system uses the Latin script. El Nuevo Testamento de nuestro Señor Jesucristo en el idioma asheninka (del Pichis) Peru Ediciones anteriores Primera edición, 1996 Segunda edición, 2008 Publicado por © La Liga Bíblica, 2008
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