Languages by language family/Pano-Tacanan

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Pano-Tacanan languages

  • Tacanan languages (see below)
  • Panoan languages
    • Mayoruna (or Magirona, Majoruna, Maxirona, Maxuruna, Mayiruna, Mayuzuna) languages (see below)
    • Mainline Pano languages
      • Pano Nawa languages (see below)
      • Kaxarari (or Kaxararí, Kaxariri, Kashararí, Cacharari) [ktx]
      • Cashibo-Cacataibo (or Kashibo-Kakataibo, Managua, Hagueti) [cbr]
        • Cacataibo de Mariscal
        • Cacataibo de Sinchi Roca
        • Cashibo (or Cachibo, Cacibo, Cahivo, Caxibo, Caxinyo, Kashibo, Kashibu)
Tacanan languages:
  • Cavineña (or Kavinenya) [cav]
  • Mabenaro (†) [?]
  • Takanik-Chamik languages
    • Ese Ejja (or Ese Exa, Ese’eha, Guacanawa, Tambopata-Guarayo, Huarayo, Tiatinagua, Chama, Chuncho) [ese]
    • Takanik languages
Mayoruna (or Magirona, Majoruna, Maxirona, Maxuruna, Mayiruna, Mayuzuna) languages:
  • Mayoruna-Tabatinga (†) [?]
  • Mayo group languages
    • Matis subgroup languages
      • Mayoruna-Amazon (†) [?]
      • Mayoruna-Jandiatuba (†) [?]
      • Matis (or Matís) [mpq]
    • Matses subgroup languages
      • Demushbo (†) [?]
      • Korubo (or Caceteiros, Chankuëshbo) [xor]
      • Kulina Pano (or Culina, Culino, Kulino, Kulina) [xpo]
      • Matsés (or Matse, Mayoruna-Matsés) [mcf]
Pano-Nawa languages:
  • Cashinawa of the Tarauacá river (†) [?]
  • Remo of the Blanco river (†) [?]
  • Tuxinawa (or Tuxináwa, Tutxinawa, Tuxinaua, Tuchinaua, Tushinawa) (†) [tux]
  • Chama subgroup languages (see below)
  • Headwaters Pano languages (see below)
  • Madre de Dios Pano languages (†)
    • Arazaire (†) [?]
    • Atsahuaca (or Astahuaca, Atsawaka, Yamaca, Yamaka) (†) [atc]
  • Marubo subgroup languages
    • Marubo (or Marúbo, Marobo, Maruba, Marova) [mzr]
    • Panoan Katukína (or Kaniuá, Katukína, Catuquina, Kamanawa, Kamannaua, Wanninawa) [knt]
      • Ararapina
      • Arara-Shawanawa
      • Ararawa
      • Sanainawa
  • Bolivian Nawa languages
    • Chiriva (†) [?]
    • Karipuna (†) [?]
    • Chácobo (or Shinabo) [cao]
    • Pacahuara (or Acahuara, Pacaguara, Pakaguara, Pacawara, Pakawara) [pcp]
  • Poyanawa subgroup languages
    • Nawa (†) [?]
    • Remo of the Jaquirana river (†) [?]
    • Poyanawa (or Poyanáwa, Poianáua, Poyannawa, Puinahua, Puyanawa) (†) [pyn]
    • Isconahua (or Iskonawaà, Iscobakebo, Iscobaquebu) [isc]
    • Nukuini (or Nukini, Nuquini, Nucuini, Inukuini) (†) [nuc]
      • Cuyanawa
Chama subgroup languages:
  • Panobo (or Pánobo, Huariapano, Wariapano, Pelado) (†) [pno]
  • Sensi (or Tenti) (†) [sni]
  • Shipibo-Konibo-Kapanawa languages
    • Capanahua (or Kapanawa) [kaq]
      • Pahenbaquebo
    • Shipibo-Conibo (or Shipibo-Konibo, Tschama) [shp]
      • Conibo
      • Pisquibo
      • Shetebo
      • Shipibo
      • Shipibo del Madre de Dios
Headwaters Pano languages:
  • Remo of the Moa river (†) [rem]
  • Cashinahua (or Cashinahuá, Caxinawa, Caxinawá, Kashinawa, Kashinawa, Kaxinawá, Kaxinaua, Kaxinauá, Kaxinawa, Kaxinawá, Kaxynawa, Hãtxa Kuĩ (Huni Kuin), Tuxinawa) [cbs]
  • Amahuaca (or Amawaka, Amaguaco, Ameuhaque, Ipitineri, Sayaco) [amc]
    • Inuvaken
    • Viwivakeu
  • Yaminawa complex languages
    • Shanenawa (or Katukina Shanenawa) [swo]
    • Yawanawa (or Yawanawá, Yahuanahua, Jawanaua, Iauanauá, Shanenawa) [ywn]
    • Yora [mts]
    • Sharanahua (or Sharanawa, Parquenahua) [mcd]
      • Chandinahua
      • Marinahua
      • Mastanahua
    • Yaminahua (or Yaminawa, Jaminawá, Yamanawa, Yawanawa, Yuminahua, Morunahua) [yaa]
      • Chitonahua
      • Nuclear Yaminahua