11 thoughts on “Language Quiz

  1. I’m going out on a limb and guessing it is language from Central or South America. Sounds sort of “Portuguese-ish” and the music being played in the background also seems to be Latin American (although for all I know it is even music from the south Pacific!).

  2. Forgive me if I completely miss the mark on this, and I mean no offense if im very wrong! But im guessing Hawaiian or something close to it.

  3. I almost certainly believe that it is a Chibcha language, which is spoken in Nicaragua, in the Bluefields area, specifically it is Rama. Also, the word Rama is repeated continuously throughout the locution, as if explaining that she speaks Rama and also how are some sentencies; or something like that.

  4. I looked up according to David’s suggestion and it could be Guaymí, Kuna or Paya?

  5. David got it – the answer is Rama, a Chibchan language spoken on Rama Cay island and south of lake Bluefields on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua.

    The recording comes from YouTube:

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