Omurano is an unclassified language from Peru. It is also known as Humurana, Roamaina, Numurana, Umurano, and Mayna. The language was presumed to have become extinct by 1958, but in 2011 a rememberer was found who knew some 20 words in Omurano; he claimed that there were still people who could speak it. Tovar (1961) linked Omurano to Taushiro (and later Taushiro with Kandoshi); Kaufman (1994) finds the links reasonable, and in 2007 he classified Omurano and Taushiro (but not Kandoshi) as Saparo–Yawan languages. Maynas, once mistaken for a synonym, is a separate language.

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  • El omurano o mayna (también llamado umurano, maina, mumurana, numurana, rimachu y roamaina) es una lengua indígena de América hablada en el N. de Perú, actualmente que se extinguió hacia 1958. (es)
  • L'omurana (ou mayna) est une langue amérindienne isolée parlée en Amazonie péruvienne, dans la région de Loreto. La langue est éteinte. (fr)
  • Omurano é uma língua isolada já extinta do Peru, falada pelos nativos Maina, sendo também conhecida como Humurana, Roamaina, Numurana, Umurano, e Mayna. Tovar (1961) relacionou o Omurano à língua taushiro e mais tarde o taushiro com a língua candoshi. Terrence Kaufman (1994) achou razoáveis essas ligações e chegou a propor uma família linguística Kandoshi–Omurano–Taushiro. Em 2007, classificou Omurano e Taushiro (não candoshi) como línguas Peba–Yaguan (Yawan) nas Macro-Andinas. (pt)
  • Omurano is an unclassified language from Peru. It is also known as Humurana, Roamaina, Numurana, Umurano, and Mayna. The language was presumed to have become extinct by 1958, but in 2011 a rememberer was found who knew some 20 words in Omurano; he claimed that there were still people who could speak it. Tovar (1961) linked Omurano to Taushiro (and later Taushiro with Kandoshi); Kaufman (1994) finds the links reasonable, and in 2007 he classified Omurano and Taushiro (but not Kandoshi) as Saparo–Yawan languages. Maynas, once mistaken for a synonym, is a separate language. (en)
  • Język omurano także Humurana, Mayna, Numurana, Roamaina, Umurano – wymarły przed 1958 rokiem, należący do grupy języków zaparo, używany przez Indian Záparo zamieszkujących region Loreto. (pl)
  • Омурано (Humurana, Mayna, Numurana, Omurano, Roamaina, Umurano) — мёртвый неклассифицированный индейский язык, на котором раньше говорили индейцы майна. Согласно 17 изданию справочника Ethnologue, язык вымер в 1958 году, но в 2011 году были обнаружены люди, которые знали около 20 слов на омурано; они утверждали, что есть люди, говорящие на нём. Товар (1961) отнёс омурано к языку тауширо (и позже тауширо и кандоши); Кауфман (1994) нашёл разумные ссылки, и в 2007 году классифицировал омурано и тауширо (но не кандоши) как сапаро-яванские языки. (ru)
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  • El omurano o mayna (también llamado umurano, maina, mumurana, numurana, rimachu y roamaina) es una lengua indígena de América hablada en el N. de Perú, actualmente que se extinguió hacia 1958. (es)
  • L'omurana (ou mayna) est une langue amérindienne isolée parlée en Amazonie péruvienne, dans la région de Loreto. La langue est éteinte. (fr)
  • Omurano é uma língua isolada já extinta do Peru, falada pelos nativos Maina, sendo também conhecida como Humurana, Roamaina, Numurana, Umurano, e Mayna. Tovar (1961) relacionou o Omurano à língua taushiro e mais tarde o taushiro com a língua candoshi. Terrence Kaufman (1994) achou razoáveis essas ligações e chegou a propor uma família linguística Kandoshi–Omurano–Taushiro. Em 2007, classificou Omurano e Taushiro (não candoshi) como línguas Peba–Yaguan (Yawan) nas Macro-Andinas. (pt)
  • Omurano is an unclassified language from Peru. It is also known as Humurana, Roamaina, Numurana, Umurano, and Mayna. The language was presumed to have become extinct by 1958, but in 2011 a rememberer was found who knew some 20 words in Omurano; he claimed that there were still people who could speak it. Tovar (1961) linked Omurano to Taushiro (and later Taushiro with Kandoshi); Kaufman (1994) finds the links reasonable, and in 2007 he classified Omurano and Taushiro (but not Kandoshi) as Saparo–Yawan languages. Maynas, once mistaken for a synonym, is a separate language. (en)
  • Język omurano także Humurana, Mayna, Numurana, Roamaina, Umurano – wymarły przed 1958 rokiem, należący do grupy języków zaparo, używany przez Indian Záparo zamieszkujących region Loreto. (pl)
  • Омурано (Humurana, Mayna, Numurana, Omurano, Roamaina, Umurano) — мёртвый неклассифицированный индейский язык, на котором раньше говорили индейцы майна. Согласно 17 изданию справочника Ethnologue, язык вымер в 1958 году, но в 2011 году были обнаружены люди, которые знали около 20 слов на омурано; они утверждали, что есть люди, говорящие на нём. Товар (1961) отнёс омурано к языку тауширо (и позже тауширо и кандоши); Кауфман (1994) нашёл разумные ссылки, и в 2007 году классифицировал омурано и тауширо (но не кандоши) как сапаро-яванские языки. (ru)
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  • Idioma omurano (es)
  • Omurana (fr)
  • Omurano language (en)
  • Język omurano (pl)
  • Língua omurano (pt)
  • Омурано (ru)
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