Yanesha' is a Southern Arawakan or Maipurean language spoken in the Pasco and Junin Regions of Peru, by the Pachitea and Perené rivers. In 2007 there were about 7,500 speakers of Yanesha', which is also known as Amagues, Amagé, Amajé, Amajó, Amoishe, Amueixa, Amuese, Amuesha, Amueshua, Amuetamo, Lorenzo, or Omagé.
Yanesha' alphabet and pronunciation
Long and aspirated vowels are written the same as short and unaspirated vowels
[k] is written qu before e and i and c elsewhere.
[w] is written u after consonants and hu elsewhere.
The girl then went to look for leaf litter. There he saw then two flowers: one red and one orange. She took them then and put them in her cushma. She then took the litter back to the dam where she would put it in the holes.