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Baniwa (Baniva), or Karu, or in older sources Itayaine (Iyaine), is an Arawakan language spoken in Colombia, Venezuela, and Amazonas, Brazil.
The three main varieties of Baniwa are considered to be dialects by some, and distinct languages (in a group he calls "Karu") by others. They are Baniwa of Içana (Baniua do Içana), Curripaco (Kurripako, Ipeka-Tapuia-Curripako), and Katapolítani-Moriwene-Mapanai (Catapolitani, Kadaupuritana).
Various (sub)dialects of all three are called Tapuya. All are spoken by the Baniwa people, including "Izaneni". Greenberg's Adzánani (Izaneni) presumably belongs here as well.
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