Warao language

Warao (also known as Guarauno, Guarao, Warrau) is the native language of the Warao people. A language isolate, it is spoken by about 33,000 people primarily in northern Venezuela, Guyana and Suriname. It is notable for its unusual object–subject–verb word order.[2] The 2015 Venezuelan film Gone with the River was spoken in Warao.[3]

Native toVenezuela, Guyana, Suriname
Native speakers
32,800 (2005–2011)[1]
Language codes
ISO 639-3wba

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