Mapudungun / Kawésqar

Txile -- Chile

 

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Orri honetan, Txileko hizkuntza indiar hauek: Kawésqar eta Mapudungun.

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In this page, the following native languages of Chile: Kawésqar and Mapudungun.


Kawésqar

Txileko herri indioen artean desagertzear dagoen komunitatea da Kawesqar herria. Alakaluf eta Chono izenak ere eman izan zaie talde honi, eta Suaren Lurraldean (Tierra del Fuego) eta inguruetan bizi ziren herri indigenetatik (fueguinoak) geratzen diren azkenak dira. 30 bat laguneko komunitatea dira egun, eta Puerto Eden herriaren inguruetan bizi dira, Wellington uhartean.

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Alakaluf

The Kawésqar is one of the most endangered indigenous communities of Chile. Also called Alakaluf and Chono, the Kawésqar are the only remaining indigenous people from Tierra del Fuego area, the most southern inhabitated place on earth. They are the last Fueguians, and they are not more than 30 people, living around the Chilean town of Puerto Eden, in Wellington island.

* Gaztelaniaz / * Spanish

* Kawésqar

Bahía Edén

Jetarktétqal

Barrio central (Puerto Eden)

Asejenáwa-álowe

Barrio negro (Puerto Eden)

C'ejamakanak'iot

islote Edén

Miroktáuxar

Morton y Dulce (islas)

Sarktéxar

Río Alacalufe

Aisténisisináwakstai

Yetarkte

Jetárkte

 

Mapudungun

Maputxe herria dira Txile eta Argentinako zati handi bateko jatorrizko biztanleak. 1992ko erroldan, 928,500 Maputxe zenbatu zituzten Txilen, baina ez dute denek hizkuntza gorde. Mapuche izena dator "mapu" lurraldetik eta "che", jendetik. Hizkuntzari "Mapudungun", esaten zaio.Gure zerrendan Txileko izenak ditugu, denak jatorriz etimologikoki Mapudungunetik eratorriak. Gainerako herriei ere nola esaten dieten jakin nahi genuke baina...

Mapudungun

The Mapuche are an indigenous people who live in southern Chile and Argentina . The 1992 Chilean census indicates that there are 928,500 Mapuche living in Chile, plus numerous others in Argentina, but the language is spoken by all of them. The name Mapuche is composed of two words: "mapu", which means "land", and "che", which means people. Their language is called "Mapudungun", and is composed of "mapu" and "dungun", which means "talk", or "speech". Our list only has names from Chile that are ethimologically of Mapudungun origin.

* Gaztelaniaz / * Spanish

* Mapudungun

Ancud

Ankuñ

Boroa

Forowe

Calbuco

Kallfüko

Chiloé

Chillewe

Chonchi

Trongchü

Dalcahue

Dalkawe

Guafo

Wafun

Llanquihue

Llankünwe

Maullín

Malliñ

Petrohué

Pütrowe

Puyehue

Puyewe

Quemchi

Kemchü

Reloncavi

Rülonkawin

Rupanco

Reipunko

Temuco

Temuko

 
Eguneratua / Last updated: 1998.10.20
Iturria / Source: Mapudungun: NOMBRES DE LUGAR INDIGENAS DE OSORNO, LLANQUIHUE Y CHILOE (CHILE), Valdivia, Dirección de Investigación - UNIPRINT - Carlos Ramírez Sáchez - 1995
Loturak / Links:
Mapudungun: http://www.ict.uchile.cl/~hpuschma/mapuche/
http://www-csli.stanford.edu/~arnold/mapuche/mapuche-page.html
http://members.aol.com/mapulink3/mapulink-3e/nac-mapu.html

 


Mapak / Maps

* Txileko hegoaldea eta Suaren Lurra. Kawésqar, Alakaluf edo Chono herrien eremua, turismo mapa batean. Azken Kawésqarrak Wellington uhartean daude: ez da ageri markatua, baina "Argentina" dioen tokiaren aldameneko uharte hori da, kanal estu batek eta nabigazio lineak separatua kontinentetik.

* Southern Chile and Tierra del Fuego. Traditional range of Kawésqar, Alakaluf and Chono people, in a tourism map. The last Kawésqar live in Wellington island, which is not marked in the map, but it is the island just at the height of the printed name "Argentina", separated from the mainland by a narrow strait and the navigation route line.

* Maputxeen kokapen eskematikoa / * Location (schematic) of the Mapuches.

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