Flag of the Gününa künä, or Puelche people
Contemporary distribution (2005 map) of the world's major language families (in some cases geographic groups of families). This map includes only primary families i.e. branches are excluded.
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Language formerly spoken by the Puelche people in the Pampas region of Argentina.

- Puelche language

The most promising external connections are with the Cahuapanan languages and perhaps a few other language isolates in proposals variously called Jívaro-Cahuapana (Hívaro-Kawapánan) (Jorge Suárez and others) or Macro-Jibaro or Macro-Andean (Morris Swadesh and others, with Cahuapanan, Urarina, Puelche, and maybe Huarpe).

- Chicham languages
Flag of the Gününa künä, or Puelche people

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