|Native to||Bolivia, Peru and Chile.|
|Native speakers||1.8 million in Bolivia (1987)
660,000 in Peru (2000–2006)
|ISO 639-3||aym – inclusive code
ayr – Central Aymara
ayc – Southern Aymara
Geographic Distribution of the Aymara language
The Aymara language is spoken by the Aymara tribe in Bolivia, Peru, and north of Chile. In Chile only a third declared linguistic competence. The language is inflected. It is one of the few Native American languages which has over one million speakers.
Sources[change | change source]
|This language has its own Wikipedia project. See the Aymara language edition.|
- Currency and Displacement of the Aymara Language in Chile. Estud. filol. [online]. GUNDERMANN, H, GONZALEZ, H and VERGARA, JI. Sept. 2007, no.42 [cited 20 April 2008], p. 123-140.