Tequiraca (Tekiráka), also known as Abishira (Avishiri)* and Aiwa (Aewa), is a language spoken in Peru. In 1925 there were between 50 and 80 speakers in Puerto Elvira on Lake Vacacocha (connected with the Napo River). It is presumed extinct some time in the mid 20th century, though in 2008 two rememberers were found and 160 words and short sentences were recorded. The little data available show it to not be closely related to other languages, though a distant connection to Canichana was proposed by Kaufman (1994).

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  • El tekiraka (también llamado auishiri, aushiri, abishira y vacacocha) es una lengua no clasificada de Perú hablada en el departamento de Loreto, se supone que actualmente es una lengua extinta. En 1925 todavía había entre 50 y 80 hablantes en Puerto Elvira sobre el lago Vacacocha que está conectado con el río Napo. (es)
  • L'auishiri (ou tekiraka, abishira) est une langue amérindienne isolée parlée en Amazonie péruvienne, dans la région de Loreto. La langue est sans doute éteinte. (fr)
  • Абишира (Abigira, Abiquira, Abishira, Agouisiri, Auishiri, Avirxiri, Ixignor, Tequraca, Vacacocha) — мёртвый изолированный индейский язык, который раньше был распространён в деревне Пуэрто-Эльвира на реке Напо у озера Вакакоча в Непале. В 1925 году насчитывалось от 50 до 80 человек. Вымер предположительно в 2000 году, но были обнаружены два носителя и были записаны 160 слов и короткие предложения. (ru)
  • Tequiraca (Tekiráka), also known as Abishira (Avishiri)* and Aiwa (Aewa), is a language spoken in Peru. In 1925 there were between 50 and 80 speakers in Puerto Elvira on Lake Vacacocha (connected with the Napo River). It is presumed extinct some time in the mid 20th century, though in 2008 two rememberers were found and 160 words and short sentences were recorded. The little data available show it to not be closely related to other languages, though a distant connection to Canichana was proposed by Kaufman (1994). *Other spellings are Auishiri, Agouisiri, Avirxiri, Abiquira, Abigira; it has also been called Ixignor and Vacacocha. (en)
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  • Aiwa
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  • ca. mid-20th century
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  • American
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  • Abishira
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  • El tekiraka (también llamado auishiri, aushiri, abishira y vacacocha) es una lengua no clasificada de Perú hablada en el departamento de Loreto, se supone que actualmente es una lengua extinta. En 1925 todavía había entre 50 y 80 hablantes en Puerto Elvira sobre el lago Vacacocha que está conectado con el río Napo. (es)
  • L'auishiri (ou tekiraka, abishira) est une langue amérindienne isolée parlée en Amazonie péruvienne, dans la région de Loreto. La langue est sans doute éteinte. (fr)
  • Абишира (Abigira, Abiquira, Abishira, Agouisiri, Auishiri, Avirxiri, Ixignor, Tequraca, Vacacocha) — мёртвый изолированный индейский язык, который раньше был распространён в деревне Пуэрто-Эльвира на реке Напо у озера Вакакоча в Непале. В 1925 году насчитывалось от 50 до 80 человек. Вымер предположительно в 2000 году, но были обнаружены два носителя и были записаны 160 слов и короткие предложения. (ru)
  • Tequiraca (Tekiráka), also known as Abishira (Avishiri)* and Aiwa (Aewa), is a language spoken in Peru. In 1925 there were between 50 and 80 speakers in Puerto Elvira on Lake Vacacocha (connected with the Napo River). It is presumed extinct some time in the mid 20th century, though in 2008 two rememberers were found and 160 words and short sentences were recorded. The little data available show it to not be closely related to other languages, though a distant connection to Canichana was proposed by Kaufman (1994). (en)
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  • Idioma tekiraka (es)
  • Auishiri (fr)
  • Абишира (ru)
  • Tequiraca language (en)
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  • Abishira (en)
  • Tequiraca (en)
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