Languages by language family/Cariban

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Cariban (or Carib) languages

  • Apalaí (or Apalai, Apalay, Aparai, Aparaí) [apy] (disabled)
  • Guianan languages (see below)
  • Venezuelan Cariban languages (see below)
  • Yawaperi languages
    • Bonari (†) [?]
    • Waimiri-Atroari [atr] (disabled)
      • Atruahí
      • Jawaperi
      • Waimiri
  • Pekodian languages
    • Bakairí [bkq] (disabled)
    • Xinguan languages
      • Apiaka-Tocantins (†) [?]
      • Yarumá (†) [?]
      • Ikpeng [txi] (disabled)
      • Pará Arára [aap] (disabled)
  • Kuikuroan languages
    • Pimenteira (†) [?]
    • Nuclear Kuikuroan languages
  • Opon-Yukpan languages
    • Opón-Carare (†) [?]
    • Yukpan languages
      • Japrería [jru] (disabled)
      • Yukpa [yup] (disabled)
        • Caño Padilla-La Laguna
        • Río Casacará
        • Río Maracas
        • Rio Negro
        • Yrapa
  • Parukotoan languages
    • Kaxuiâna [kbb] (disabled)
      • Cunuana
      • De’cuana
      • Ihuruana
      • Pawiyana
    • Waiwaian languages
Guianan languages:
  • Palmela (†) [?]
  • Galibi Carib [car] (disabled)
    • Murato
    • Tabajari
    • Tyrewuju
  • Maquiritari-Wayumara languages
    • Wayumara (†) [?]
    • Maquiritari [mch] (disabled)
      • Maitsi
      • Mayongong
  • Taranoan languages
  • Wayanaic languages
    • Tiverighotto (†) [?]
    • Yebarana (†) [?]
    • Wayana [way] (disabled)
      • Rucuyen
      • Urucuiana
Venezuelan Cariban languages:
  • Pemong-Panare languages
  • Mapoyo-Tamanaku languages
    • Tamanaku [tmz] (disabled)
    • Cumana languages
    • Paravilhana-Pauxiana languages
      • Paravilhana [?]
      • Pauxiana [?]
      • Sapara [?]
    • Mapoyo-Yawarana languages