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The Tiriyó language is spoken by the Tiriyó, approximately 2,000 people living in several villages on both sides of the Brazil-Surinam border in Northern Amazonia. It is a relatively healthy language, learned by all children as their mother tongue and actively used in all areas of life by its speakers. Most of the Tiriyó are monolingual speakers. Of course, the long-term survival of their language, as is the case for almost all native South American languages, remains an open question.
Tiriyó has been classified as belonging to the Taranoan group of the Guianan sub-branch of Cariban, together with Karihona (Carijona), in Colombia, and Akuriyó, in Suriname, the former with a few, and the latter with apparently no, speakers left.
There seem to be two main dialects in the Tiriyó-speaking area, known as Eastern or Tapanahoni basin, and Western or Sipaliwini basin dialects or K-Tiriyó and H-Tiriyó. The main difference thus far reported is phonological: the different realization of what were (historically) clusters involving /h/ and a stop. Grammatical and/or lexical differences may also exist, but the examples thus far searched are disputed.
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