Arawak is an Arawakan language spoken in eastern Venezuela,
Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana by about 2,500 people. It
is also known as Arowak or Aruák, and Arawak speakers call it
Lokono Dian (people's talk) and themselves Lokono.
It was formerly spoken on Caribbean islands such as Barbados.
Arawak alphabet and pronunciation
Download an alphabet chart for Arawak (Excel)
Details of Arawak pronunciation provided by Michael Peter Füstumum
Sample video in Arawak
Information about Arawak |
Numbers in Arawak Links
Information about Arawak
A Grammar Sketch and Lexicon of Arawak (Lokono Dian)
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