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stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '8855084', 'url' => 'ES/Tehuelche', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'Tehuelche', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'Tehuelche', 1 => 'Language', 2 => 'Endangered languages', 3 => '', ), 'term' => 'Tehuelche', 'source_id' => 1860508, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Language', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'Endangered languages', ), 'lastedit' => '20150115082802', 'part_of_speech' => 'proper noun', 'creation_user' => 'beatrizmb', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'El tehuelche (Aoniken, Inaquen, Gunua-Kena, Gununa-Kena) es un idioma prácticamente extinto perteneciente al grupo chon que cuenta con 4 hablantes de un grupo étnico de la Patagonia formado por 200 personas. Originalmente, este grupo étnico era un grupo de cazadores nómadas de Chile. También se conoce como aonikenk o Aonek\'o \'ajen. El declive de este idioma se produjo con la aracaunización de la Patagonia, por la que una gran cantidad de tribus Tehuelche adoptaron el Mapudungun como su principal idioma. Posteriormente, en los siglos XIX y XX, el español reemplazó a ambos idiomas debido al control de Argentina y Chile sobre la Patagonia.', 'usage_comment' => '', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503636920958189570, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'Tehuelche', 'Definition' => 'Tehuelche (Aoniken, Inaquen, Gunua-Kena, Gununa-Kena) is a nearly extinct Chon language spoken by four people in Patagonia out of an ethnic group of 200. They were originally nomadic hunters from Chile. It is also known as Aonikenk or Aonek\'o \'ajen. The decline of the language started with the Araucanization of Patagonia, when many Tehuelche tribes adopted Mapudungun as main language. Later during the 19th and 20th century Spanish replaced both as Argentina and Chile took possession of Patagonia.', 'Part of Speech' => 'proper noun', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Industry' => 'Language', 'Product Category' => 'Endangered languages', 'Creation User' => 'esb', 'Creation Date' => '2012/1/4', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'Tehuelche', ))

English (EN)Tehuelche

Tehuelche (Aoniken, Inaquen, Gunua-Kena, Gununa-Kena) is a nearly extinct Chon language spoken by four people in Patagonia out of an ethnic group of 200. They were originally nomadic hunters from Chile. It is also known as Aonikenk or Aonek'o 'ajen. The ...

Spanish (ES)Tehuelche

El tehuelche (Aoniken, Inaquen, Gunua-Kena, Gununa-Kena) es un idioma prácticamente extinto perteneciente al grupo chon que cuenta con 4 hablantes de un grupo étnico de la Patagonia formado por 200 personas. Originalmente, este grupo étnico era un grupo de ...

Language; Endangered languages
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '8855134', 'url' => 'ES/Toba', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'Toba', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'Toba', 1 => 'Language', 2 => 'Endangered languages', 3 => '', ), 'term' => 'Toba', 'source_id' => 1860509, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Language', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'Endangered languages', ), 'lastedit' => '20150115083602', 'part_of_speech' => 'proper noun', 'creation_user' => 'beatrizmb', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'El idioma toba es una lengua de la familia lingüística guaycurú hablada en Sudamérica por el pueblo Toba. En Argentina se extiende mayoritariamente por la zona este de las provincias de Formosa y Chaco, donde reside la mayoría de los 19 810 hablantes del idioma. Este idioma también se conoce como Chaco Sur, Qom, Toba Qom y Toba Sur. El idioma es distinto del Toba-Pilagá y el Toba de Paraguay. También hay 146 hablantes de toba en Bolivia, donde se conoce como Qom, y en Paraguay, donde se conoce como Qob o Toba-Qom.', 'usage_comment' => '', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503636921172099072, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'Toba', 'Definition' => 'Toba is a Guaicuruan language spoken in South America by the Toba people. In Argentina it is most widely dispersed in the east of Formosa and Chaco Provinces where the majority of the approximately 19,810 (2000 WCD) speakers of Toba reside. Other names for the language include: Chaco Sur, Qom, Toba Qom, and Toba Sur. The language is distinct from Toba-Pilagá and Paraguayan Toba-Maskoy. There are also 146 Toba speakers in Bolivia where it is known as Qom and in Paraguay where it is also known as Qob or Toba-Qom.', 'Part of Speech' => 'proper noun', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Industry' => 'Language', 'Product Category' => 'Endangered languages', 'Creation User' => 'esb', 'Creation Date' => '2012/1/4', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'Toba', ))

English (EN)Toba

Toba is a Guaicuruan language spoken in South America by the Toba people. In Argentina it is most widely dispersed in the east of Formosa and Chaco Provinces where the majority of the approximately 19,810 (2000 WCD) speakers of Toba reside. Other names for ...

Spanish (ES)Toba

El idioma toba es una lengua de la familia lingüística guaycurú hablada en Sudamérica por el pueblo Toba. En Argentina se extiende mayoritariamente por la zona este de las provincias de Formosa y Chaco, donde reside la mayoría de los 19 810 hablantes del ...

Language; Endangered languages
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '8205988', 'url' => 'ES/Aragonese', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'Aragonés', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'Aragonés', 1 => 'Language', 2 => 'Endangered languages', 3 => '', ), 'term' => 'Aragonés', 'source_id' => 1859115, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Language', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'Endangered languages', ), 'lastedit' => '20141017035902', 'part_of_speech' => 'proper noun', 'creation_user' => 'beatrizmb', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'El aragonés es una lengua romance hablada actualmente en un número de variedades locales por entre 10 000 y 30 000 personas en Sobrarbe, RogaborzaRibagorza y en los valles del río Aragón, en la provincia de Aragón (España). Es la única variedad derivada de las lenguas navarro-aragonesas medievales que se sigue hablando en la actualidad.', 'usage_comment' => '', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503634044306325504, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'Aragonese', 'Definition' => 'Aragonese is a Romance language now spoken in a number of local varieties by between 10,000 and 30,000 people over the valleys of the Aragón River, Sobrarbe and Ribagorza in Aragon, Spain. It is the only remaining speech form derived from medieval Navarro-Aragonese languages.', 'Part of Speech' => 'proper noun', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Industry' => 'Language', 'Product Category' => 'Endangered languages', 'Creation User' => 'esb', 'Creation Date' => '2012/1/3', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'Aragonese', ))

English (EN)Aragonese

Aragonese is a Romance language now spoken in a number of local varieties by between 10,000 and 30,000 people over the valleys of the Aragón River, Sobrarbe and Ribagorza in Aragon, Spain. It is the only remaining speech form derived from medieval ...

Spanish (ES)Aragonés

El aragonés es una lengua romance hablada actualmente en un número de variedades locales por entre 10 000 y 30 000 personas en Sobrarbe, RogaborzaRibagorza y en los valles del río Aragón, en la provincia de Aragón (España). Es la única variedad derivada de ...

Language; Endangered languages
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '8572307', 'url' => 'ES/Maritime_Sign_Language', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'Lengua de signos marítima', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'Lengua de signos marítima', 1 => 'Language', 2 => 'Endangered languages', 3 => '', ), 'term' => 'Lengua de signos marítima', 'source_id' => 1859211, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Language', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'Endangered languages', ), 'lastedit' => '20141208082808', 'part_of_speech' => 'proper noun', 'creation_user' => 'beatrizmb', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'La lengua de signos marítima (MSL), es una lengua de signos derivada de la lengua de signos británica, antiguamente utilizada en Nueva Escocia, Terranova, Nueva Brunswick y la Isla del Príncipe Eduardo (Canadá). Algunas personas de avanzada edad todavía la recuerdan. En 2009, contaba con 100 personas que podían utilizarla, pero está prácticamente extinta.', 'usage_comment' => '', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503635687977517058, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'Maritime Sign Language', 'Definition' => 'Maritime Sign Language (MSL), is a sign language, derived from British Sign Language, formerly used in Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island, Canada. It is still remembered by some elderly people, and as of 2009 had approximately 100 signers, but is effectively extinct.', 'Part of Speech' => 'proper noun', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Industry' => 'Language', 'Product Category' => 'Endangered languages', 'Creation User' => 'esb', 'Creation Date' => '2012/1/3', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'Maritime_Sign_Language', ))

English (EN)Maritime Sign Language

Maritime Sign Language (MSL), is a sign language, derived from British Sign Language, formerly used in Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island, Canada. It is still remembered by some elderly people, and as of 2009 had approximately ...

Spanish (ES)Lengua de signos marítima

La lengua de signos marítima (MSL), es una lengua de signos derivada de la lengua de signos británica, antiguamente utilizada en Nueva Escocia, Terranova, Nueva Brunswick y la Isla del Príncipe Eduardo (Canadá). Algunas personas de avanzada edad todavía la ...

Language; Endangered languages
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '909655', 'url' => 'ES/academy_₂', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'Academia', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'Academia', 1 => 'Art history', 2 => 'General art history', 3 => 'Tate', 4 => '', ), 'term' => 'Academia', 'source_id' => 771034, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Art history', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'General art history', ), 'company' => array ( 0 => 'Tate', ), 'lastedit' => '20140924040642', 'part_of_speech' => 'noun', 'creation_user' => 'beatrizmb', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'Las primeras academias de arte aparecieron en Italia en la época del Renacimiento. Eran agrupaciones de artistas cuyo objetivo era mejorar la posición social y profesional de los artistas, así como proporcionar enseñanza (véase la Ecole des Beaux Arts). Para ello, buscaban donde fuera posible para tener un patrón real o noble. Anteriormente, pintores y escultores se organizaban en gremios y eran considerados simples artesanos. Las academias se generalizaron en el siglo XVII, cuando también comenzaron a organizar exposiciones en grupo de sus miembros. Esto fue una innovación crucial, ya que por primera vez se proporcionó una plaza de mercado y los artistas empezaron a liberarse, en cierta medida, de las restricciones del patronato directo real, de la iglesia o privado. La academia más poderosa fue la academia francesa Académie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture, fundada en 1648 y ubicado en el Palacio del Louvre, en París. La Academia comenzó a albergar exposiciones en 1663 y las abrió de cara al público en 1673. Tras la Revolución Francesa, el nombre se cambió por Académie des Beaux-Arts. La Real Academia de Londres fue fundada en 1768 y Joshua Reynolds (más adelante Sir Joshua) fue su primer presidente. A mediados del siglo XIX las academias se transformaron en altamente conservadoras y, debido a su monopolio de las grandes exposiciones, se resistieron a la creciente ola de innovación del Naturalismo, Realismo, Impresionismo y los consecuentes movimientos artísticos. El resultado fue el establecimiento de sociedades expositoras alternativas y la aparición de galerías comerciales privadas (véase el Salón). Las academias fueron obviadas y el término "arte académico" ahora tiene la connotación peyorativa de conservador y anticuado.', 'usage_comment' => '', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503601431633985538, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'academy', 'Company' => 'Tate', 'Definition' => 'The first art academies appeared in Italy at the time of the Renaissance. They were groupings of artists whose aim was to improve the social and professional standing of artists, as well as to provide teaching (see Ecole des Beaux Arts). To this end they sought where possible to have a royal or princely patron. Previously, painters and sculptors had been organised in guilds, and were considered mere artisans or craftsmen. Academies became widespread by the seventeenth century, when they also began to organise group exhibitions of their members\' work. This was a crucial innovation, since for the first time it provided a market place, and began to some extent to free artists from the restrictions of direct royal, church, or private patronage. The most powerful of the academies was the French Académie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture, established in 1648 and housed in the Palais du Louvre in Paris. The Académie began holding exhibitions in 1663 and opened these to the public from 1673. After the French Revolution the name was changed to plain Académie des Beaux-Arts. The London Royal Academy was founded in 1768 with Joshua Reynolds (later Sir Joshua) as its first president. By the mid nineteenth century the academies had become highly conservative and by their monopoly of major exhibitions resisted the rising tide of innovation in Naturalism, Realism, Impressionism and their successors. The result was that alternative exhibiting societies were established and private commercial art galleries began to appear (see Salon). The academies were bypassed and the term academic art now has the pejorative connotation of conservative or old-fashioned.', 'Domain' => 'Documentation', 'Industry' => 'Art history', 'Part of Speech' => 'noun', 'Product Category' => 'General art history', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Creation User' => 'genart', 'Creation Date' => '2011/2/20', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'academy_₂', ))

English (EN)academy

The first art academies appeared in Italy at the time of the Renaissance. They were groupings of artists whose aim was to improve the social and professional standing of artists, as well as to provide teaching (see Ecole des Beaux Arts). To this end they ...

Spanish (ES)Academia

Las primeras academias de arte aparecieron en Italia en la época del Renacimiento. Eran agrupaciones de artistas cuyo objetivo era mejorar la posición social y profesional de los artistas, así como proporcionar enseñanza (véase la Ecole des Beaux Arts). Para ...

Art history; General art history
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '8855208', 'url' => 'ES/Vilela', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'Vilela', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'Vilela', 1 => 'Language', 2 => 'Endangered languages', 3 => '', ), 'term' => 'Vilela', 'source_id' => 1860510, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Language', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'Endangered languages', ), 'lastedit' => '20150115085002', 'part_of_speech' => 'proper noun', 'creation_user' => 'beatrizmb', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'El vilela (Uakambalelté, Atalalá, Chulupí~Chunupí) es un idioma prácticamente extinto hablado únicamente en la ciudad de Resistencia y la parte este de la provincia de Chaco, cerca de la frontera con Paraguay. Algunos de sus dialectos eran Ocol, Chinipi y Sinipi, pero únicamente el Ocol ha sobrevivido. Este pueblo se llama a sí mismo Waqha-umbaβelte, "hablantes de Waqha".', 'usage_comment' => '', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503636921597820929, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'Vilela', 'Definition' => 'Vilela (Uakambalelté, Atalalá, Chulupí~Chunupí)[1] is a nearly extinct language which is only spoken in the Resistencia province of Argentina and in the eastern Chaco near the Paraguayan border. Dialects were Ocol, Chinipi, Sinipi; only Ocol survives. The people call themselves Waqha-umbaβelte \'Waqha speakers\'.', 'Part of Speech' => 'proper noun', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Industry' => 'Language', 'Product Category' => 'Endangered languages', 'Creation User' => 'esb', 'Creation Date' => '2012/1/4', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'Vilela', ))

English (EN)Vilela

Vilela (Uakambalelté, Atalalá, Chulupí~Chunupí)[1] is a nearly extinct language which is only spoken in the Resistencia province of Argentina and in the eastern Chaco near the Paraguayan border. Dialects were Ocol, Chinipi, Sinipi; only Ocol survives. The ...

Spanish (ES)Vilela

El vilela (Uakambalelté, Atalalá, Chulupí~Chunupí) es un idioma prácticamente extinto hablado únicamente en la ciudad de Resistencia y la parte este de la provincia de Chaco, cerca de la frontera con Paraguay. Algunos de sus dialectos eran Ocol, Chinipi y ...

Language; Endangered languages
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '8856245', 'url' => 'ES/Reyesano', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'Reyesano', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'Reyesano', 1 => 'Language', 2 => 'Endangered languages', 3 => '', ), 'term' => 'Reyesano', 'source_id' => 1860576, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Language', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'Endangered languages', ), 'lastedit' => '20150119032444', 'part_of_speech' => 'proper noun', 'creation_user' => 'beatrizmb', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'El reyesano es una lengua tacana que, en 1961, solo era hablada por unos cuantos hablantes, incluyendo niños. Se considera que está prácticamente extinta. No se cree que este idioma vaya a sobrevivir mucho tiempo en el siglo XXI. La marginación de los pueblos indígenas en el Beni es tal que muy pocas palabras procedentes del reyesano se han integrado en el español criollo, al contrario de lo que ocurre en las zonas de influencia quechua y aymara.', 'usage_comment' => '', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503636925658955779, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'Reyesano', 'Definition' => 'Reyesano is a Tacanan language that was spoken by only a few speakers, including children, in 1961 in Bolivia. It is considered nearly extinct. However, it is doubtful that this language will survive much into the 21st century. Such is the margination of the indigenous people in the Beni that very little Reyesano words have entered the popular criollo Spanish, very unlike the situation in Quechua and Aymara influenced areas.', 'Part of Speech' => 'proper noun', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Industry' => 'Language', 'Product Category' => 'Endangered languages', 'Creation User' => 'esb', 'Creation Date' => '2012/1/4', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'Reyesano', ))

English (EN)Reyesano

Reyesano is a Tacanan language that was spoken by only a few speakers, including children, in 1961 in Bolivia. It is considered nearly extinct. However, it is doubtful that this language will survive much into the 21st century. Such is the margination of the ...

Spanish (ES)Reyesano

El reyesano es una lengua tacana que, en 1961, solo era hablada por unos cuantos hablantes, incluyendo niños. Se considera que está prácticamente extinta. No se cree que este idioma vaya a sobrevivir mucho tiempo en el siglo XXI. La marginación de los pueblos ...

Language; Endangered languages
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '8205989', 'url' => 'ES/Pite_Sami', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'Pite Sami', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'Pite Sami', 1 => 'Language', 2 => 'Endangered languages', 3 => '', ), 'term' => 'Pite Sami', 'source_id' => 1859140, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Language', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'Endangered languages', ), 'lastedit' => '20141017061500', 'part_of_speech' => 'proper noun', 'creation_user' => 'beatrizmb', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'La lengua Pite Sami, también conocida como Arjeplog Sami, es una lengua sami tradicionalmente hablada en Suecia y Noruega. Es una lengua en grave peligro de extención, ya que actualmente solo se tiene constancia de 25 a 50 hablantes nativos, y solo se habla en la parte sueca de la frontera en la zona del río Pite, en el norte de Arjeplog y Arvidsjaur y en las zonas montañosas del municipio de Arjeplog.', 'usage_comment' => '', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503634044306325505, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'Pite Sami', 'Definition' => 'Pite Sami, also known as Arjeplog Sami, is a Sami language traditionally spoken in Sweden and Norway. It is a critically endangered language that has only about 25–50 native speakers left and is now only spoken on the Swedish side of the border along the Pite River in the north of Arjeplog and Arvidsjaur and in the mountainous areas of the Arjeplog municipality.', 'Part of Speech' => 'proper noun', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Industry' => 'Language', 'Product Category' => 'Endangered languages', 'Creation User' => 'esb', 'Creation Date' => '2012/1/3', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'Pite_Sami', ))

English (EN)Pite Sami

Pite Sami, also known as Arjeplog Sami, is a Sami language traditionally spoken in Sweden and Norway. It is a critically endangered language that has only about 25–50 native speakers left and is now only spoken on the Swedish side of the border along the Pite ...

Spanish (ES)Pite Sami

La lengua Pite Sami, también conocida como Arjeplog Sami, es una lengua sami tradicionalmente hablada en Suecia y Noruega. Es una lengua en grave peligro de extención, ya que actualmente solo se tiene constancia de 25 a 50 hablantes nativos, y solo se habla ...

Language; Endangered languages
stdClass::__set_state(array( 'id' => '8027138', 'url' => 'ES/Chipaya', 'image' => '', 'title' => 'Chipaya', 'tags' => array ( 0 => 'Chipaya', 1 => 'Language', 2 => 'Endangered languages', 3 => '', ), 'term' => 'Chipaya', 'source_id' => 1860528, 'type' => 'term', 'namespace' => 1196, 'nstext' => 'ES', 'industry' => array ( 0 => 'Language', ), 'category' => array ( 0 => 'Endangered languages', ), 'lastedit' => '20150119023746', 'part_of_speech' => 'proper noun', 'creation_user' => 'beatrizmb', 'special_term' => '', 'definition' => 'La lengua chipaya es una lengua indígena de América del Sur perteneciente a la familia lingüística uru-chipaya. Este grupo solo cuenta con una lengua más, el idioma uru, que se considera un dialecto divergente del chipaya. Ethnologue clasifica la vitalidad de la lengua como "fuerte", ya que cuenta con 1200 hablantes de una población de 1800 personas aproximadamente.', 'usage_comment' => '', 'glossary' => '', 'width' => 0, 'height' => 0, '_version_' => 1503633317580242948, 'nstext_full' => 'Spanish (ES)', 's_attr' => stdClass::__set_state(array( 'Term' => 'Chipaya', 'Definition' => 'Chipaya is a native South American language of the Uru–Chipaya language family. The only other language in the grouping, Uru, is considered by some to be a divergent dialect of Chipaya. Ethnologue lists the language vitality as "vigorous," with 1200 speakers out of an ethnic population of around 1800.', 'Part of Speech' => 'proper noun', 'Usage Status' => 'New', 'Industry' => 'Language', 'Product Category' => 'Endangered languages', 'Creation User' => 'esb', 'Creation Date' => '2012/1/4', 'Source Lang' => '1180', )), 's_namespace_text' => 'EN', 's_namespace_text_full' => 'English (EN)', 's_title' => 'Chipaya', ))

English (EN)Chipaya

Chipaya is a native South American language of the Uru–Chipaya language family. The only other language in the grouping, Uru, is considered by some to be a divergent dialect of Chipaya. Ethnologue lists the language vitality as "vigorous," with 1200 speakers ...

Spanish (ES)Chipaya

La lengua chipaya es una lengua indígena de América del Sur perteneciente a la familia lingüística uru-chipaya. Este grupo solo cuenta con una lengua más, el idioma uru, que se considera un dialecto divergente del chipaya. Ethnologue clasifica la vitalidad de ...

Language; Endangered languages
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English (EN)relative accident

An accident that has its being in a subject only because of the bearing which one thing has to another.

Spanish (ES)Accidente relativo

Un accidente que tiene su existencia en un sujeto solo por la relación que una cosa tiene con otra.

Philosophy; Western philosophy