Pꞌop Hagä Do Panyyg Hanäm Do Hahỹỹh (MBJNT)
Nadeb (Nadëb) (mbj) Brazil Nadeb is spoken by 300 people in the Amazonas state of northwestern Brazil at three locations along the Uneiuxi, Japura and Negro rivers. The people are seminomadic hunter-gatherers. Nadeb is also known as Anodöub, Kabari, Kabori, Makú Nadëb, Makunadöbö, Nadeb Macu, Nadöbö, Xiriwai, and Xuriwai. It is classified as Maku, although some have classified it as Puinave in Macro-Tucanoan. Language development includes some written materials, including Bible portions. The writing system uses the Latin script.
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