Madí—also known as Jamamadí (Yamamadí, Yamamandi, Yamadi) after one of its dialects, and also Kapaná or Kanamanti (Canamanti)—is an Arawan language spoken by about 800 Jamamadi, Banawá, and Jarawara people scattered over Amazonas, Brazil. The language has an active–stative clause structure with an agent–object–verb or object–agent–verb word order, depending on whether the agent or object is the topic of discussion (AOV appears to be the default).

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  • Madí—also known as Jamamadí (Yamamadí, Yamamandi, Yamadi) after one of its dialects, and also Kapaná or Kanamanti (Canamanti)—is an Arawan language spoken by about 800 Jamamadi, Banawá, and Jarawara people scattered over Amazonas, Brazil. The language has an active–stative clause structure with an agent–object–verb or object–agent–verb word order, depending on whether the agent or object is the topic of discussion (AOV appears to be the default). The dialects of Jamamadi that are or were once spoken include Bom Futuro, Pauini, Mamoria, Cuchudua, Jaruára (Jarawara, Yarawara), Kitiya (Banawá, Banawa Yafi, Jafí), and Tukurina. Pama, Sewacu, Sipo, and Yuberi were either dialects or closely related languages. (en)
  • Le jamamadí est une langue arawane parlée dans l'État d'Amazonas au Brésil, près de la rivière Purús, en Amazonie, par 190 Jamamadís. La langue est parlée par l'ensemble de la population. (fr)
  • Жамамади (Canamanti, Jamamadí, Kanamanti, Madi, Yamamadí) — араванский язык, на котором говорит около 600 человек народа жамамади, проживающие в районе реки Банава; некоторые разбросаны на большой территории; в 7 деревнях муниципалитета Лабреа штата Амазонас в Бразилии. (ru)
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  • Banawa
  • Jamamadi
  • Jarawara
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  • Jamamadi, Banawá, Jarawara
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  • American
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  • Jamamadi
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  • e18
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  • Le jamamadí est une langue arawane parlée dans l'État d'Amazonas au Brésil, près de la rivière Purús, en Amazonie, par 190 Jamamadís. La langue est parlée par l'ensemble de la population. (fr)
  • Жамамади (Canamanti, Jamamadí, Kanamanti, Madi, Yamamadí) — араванский язык, на котором говорит около 600 человек народа жамамади, проживающие в районе реки Банава; некоторые разбросаны на большой территории; в 7 деревнях муниципалитета Лабреа штата Амазонас в Бразилии. (ru)
  • Madí—also known as Jamamadí (Yamamadí, Yamamandi, Yamadi) after one of its dialects, and also Kapaná or Kanamanti (Canamanti)—is an Arawan language spoken by about 800 Jamamadi, Banawá, and Jarawara people scattered over Amazonas, Brazil. The language has an active–stative clause structure with an agent–object–verb or object–agent–verb word order, depending on whether the agent or object is the topic of discussion (AOV appears to be the default). (en)
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  • Jamamadí language (en)
  • Jamamadí (fr)
  • Жамамади (ru)
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  • Madí (en)
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