The Tupian Language Family


  1. Aweti,  Kamayurá, Puruborá, Sateré-Mawé, Zo'é
  2. Arikem: Arikem, Karitiâna
  3. Juruna: Jurúna, Maritsauá, Xipaya 
  4. Mond:
    1. Suruí: Suruí
    2. Aruáː Aruá, Cinta Larga, Gavião do Jiparaná, Mondé
  5. Munduruku: Kuruáya, Mundurukú
  6. Ramarama: Karo, Urumi
  7. Tupari:
        Akuntsú,
    Kepkiriwát, MakurápSakirabiá, Tuparí, Wayoró
  8. Tupi-Guarani:
    1. Araweté
    2. Guaraní:
         a. Aché, Xetá
         b. Guaraní:
                  Ava Guaraní /
      Chiripá, Mbyá Guaraní,  Paraguayan Guaraní, Kaiwá, Ñandeve (Tapieté ), Pai Tavytera
      ,
                 
      Eastern Bolivian Guaraní,
        Western Bolivian Guaraní,     
    3. Guarayúː
             
      Guarayu, 
      Pauserna (Guarayu-Ta)
              Sirionóː
      Jora̋, Guarayu, Sirionó, Yuqui  
    4. Kawahib
           Apiaká
      / Apiacá, Uru-Eu-Wau-Wau, Uru-Pa-In
           Parintintinː
              
      Amundava, Júma, Kaipuna, Morerebi,
       Paranawát / Kawahib / Kawahiva, Tenharim, Tukumanféd, Wiraféd
    5. Kayabíː Asuriní of Xingú, Kayabí
    6. Teneteharaː
         
      Avá-Canoeiro, Tapirapé
          Akwawaː Tocantins Asuriní / Arunriní do Trocará, Parakanã, Suruí do Pará

         
      Teneteharaː Guajajára, Tembé
          Aché, Chiripá, Western Bolivian Guaraní, Paraguayan Guaraní,
          Eastern Bolivian Guaraní, Mbyá Guaraní, Kaiwá, Xetá
    7. Tupí:
          Cocamaː Kukama-Kukamiria / Cocama-Cocamila, Omagua
          Tupíː Nheengatú,
      Potiguára, Tupinikin
    8. Wayampí:
          
      Aurá
          
      Amanayéː
              
        Amanayé, Anambé, Ararandewára,  Guajá, Urubú-Kaapor, Turiwára
           Wayampíː
      Emerillon, Wayampi

     Note:  Languages and language groups preceded by a dagger (†) are extinct.


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