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Cocoma (also spelled Cocama) is a language which is spoken by Indian tribesmen in northeastern lower Ucayali, lower Maraņon and Huallaga rivers area, Peru. It is also spoken in Brazil and Colombia. Cocoma is classified in the Tupi group of the Tupi-Guarani language subfamily.
Cocoma has 18,000 speakers in its associated ethnic group in Peru, 200 in Brazil, and less than 100 in Colombia.
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