Chimané (Tsimané) is a South American language. Some dialects are known as Mosetén (Mosetén of Santa Ana, Mosetén of Covendo). Chimane is a language of the western Bolivian lowlands spoken by the Tsimane peoples along the Beni River and the region around San Borja in the Department of Beni (Bolivia). Sakel (2004) classifies them as two languages for a number of reasons, yet some of the variants of the language are mutually intelligible and they reportedly have no trouble communicating (Ethnologue 16) and were evidently a single language separated recently through cultural contact (Campbell 2000).

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  • Mosetén (auch: Chimané, Tsimané) ist eine indigene Sprache bzw. Sprachfamilie Südamerikas, die im Westen Boliviens beheimatet ist. Sie besteht aus drei Dialekten, die jedoch in jüngerer Zeit als eigenständige Sprachen betrachtet werden. Das Mosetén hat ca. 5.000 Sprecher. (de)
  • Le chimane (en espagnol Chimán, Chimane' ou Tsimane' ) est une langue amérindienne, de la famille des langues mosetenanes, parlée en Bolivie par les Chimanes. Elle est reconnue comme langue officielle dans la constitution bolivienne de 2009. (fr)
  • Мосетен (чимане, цимане) — вымирающий генетически изолированный язык (или семья близкородоственных языков) западной Боливии. Состоит из трёх разновидностей, традиционно считающихся диалектами, но в последнее время всё чаще рассматриваемых как самостоятельные языки (см. Проблема «язык или диалект»). (ru)
  • Chimané (Tsimané) is a South American language. Some dialects are known as Mosetén (Mosetén of Santa Ana, Mosetén of Covendo). Chimane is a language of the western Bolivian lowlands spoken by the Tsimane peoples along the Beni River and the region around San Borja in the Department of Beni (Bolivia). Sakel (2004) classifies them as two languages for a number of reasons, yet some of the variants of the language are mutually intelligible and they reportedly have no trouble communicating (Ethnologue 16) and were evidently a single language separated recently through cultural contact (Campbell 2000). (en)
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  • Tsimané
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  • 2004 (xsd:integer)
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  • Covendo Mosetén
  • Santa Ana Mosetén
  • Tsimané
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  • American
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  • mose1249
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  • Mosetén-Chimané
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  • western Amazon
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  • Mosetén (auch: Chimané, Tsimané) ist eine indigene Sprache bzw. Sprachfamilie Südamerikas, die im Westen Boliviens beheimatet ist. Sie besteht aus drei Dialekten, die jedoch in jüngerer Zeit als eigenständige Sprachen betrachtet werden. Das Mosetén hat ca. 5.000 Sprecher. (de)
  • Le chimane (en espagnol Chimán, Chimane' ou Tsimane' ) est une langue amérindienne, de la famille des langues mosetenanes, parlée en Bolivie par les Chimanes. Elle est reconnue comme langue officielle dans la constitution bolivienne de 2009. (fr)
  • Мосетен (чимане, цимане) — вымирающий генетически изолированный язык (или семья близкородоственных языков) западной Боливии. Состоит из трёх разновидностей, традиционно считающихся диалектами, но в последнее время всё чаще рассматриваемых как самостоятельные языки (см. Проблема «язык или диалект»). (ru)
  • Chimané (Tsimané) is a South American language. Some dialects are known as Mosetén (Mosetén of Santa Ana, Mosetén of Covendo). Chimane is a language of the western Bolivian lowlands spoken by the Tsimane peoples along the Beni River and the region around San Borja in the Department of Beni (Bolivia). Sakel (2004) classifies them as two languages for a number of reasons, yet some of the variants of the language are mutually intelligible and they reportedly have no trouble communicating (Ethnologue 16) and were evidently a single language separated recently through cultural contact (Campbell 2000). (en)
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  • Mosetén (Sprache) (de)
  • Chimane (langue) (fr)
  • Мосетен (ru)
  • Chimane language (en)
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