Synonyms for yanomam or Related words with yanomam

ronga              tumbuka              gbaya              tlapanecan              tucanoan              chipaya              misumalpan              makhuwa              cuicatec              akawaio              alutor              shughni              sanglechi              ixcatec              digaro              ubangian              ekegusii              maipurean              makaa              mambila              dhatki              dholuo              nyanja              luvale              lotuko              ewondo              iquito              panoan              xitsonga              cariban              umbundu              kimbundu              baniwa              fataluku              paitanic              kalanga              bahnar              karimojong              babuza              hlubi              chiini              zezuru              cocama              fulfulde              arawakan              heiban              nunggubuyu              tupian              lopit              bunak             

Examples of "yanomam"
Yanomaman (also Yanomam, Yanomáman, Yamomámi, Yanomamana, Shamatari, Shirianan) is a language spoken by about 20,000 Yanomami people in southern Venezuela and northwestern Brazil (Roraima, Amazonas).
There is a distinction between alienable and inalienable possession, again a common areal feature, and a rich system of verbal classifiers, almost a hundred, they are obligatory and appear just before the verb root. The distinction between inclusive and exclusive 1st person plural, a feature shared by most Native American languages, has been lost in Yanam and Yanomam dialects, but retained in the others.
Greenberg proposed a broader conception of Macro-Chibchan, one dismissed by linguists working on the families in question. It included Yanomam, Purépecha, and Cuitlatec in addition to Chibchan–Misulmalpan–Xinca–Lenca. Greenberg (1987) included Paezan languages in a Chibchan-Paezan stock with Barbacoan, Chibchan, Chocoan, Jirajaran, and the isolates Betoi, Kamsá (Sibundoy language), Yaruro, Esmeraldeño, Mochica, Cunza, Itonama, and Yurumanguí.
The Sanumá, also referred to as "Sanema, Sanima Tsanuma, Guaika, Samatari, Samatali, Xamatari" and "Chirichano" in the literature, are an indigenous people of Brazil and Venezuela They are related to the Yanomami. They number about 1500 and live on both sides of the border. In Venezuela they are found in the Caura River and Ventuari River basins where they live alongside the Ye'kuana. The Sanumá language is a Yanomam language.