Central America South America
The Chibcha linguistic family comprises a group of languages and dialects spoken by Chibcha peoples who populated northern, and Central America South America several countries in the region. ata one Bosa two, close or fencing, to the three Mica round, different, chosen four Muyhica, braid, black thing, place or branch. Hisca five, bebedizo, medicine six Ta, tillage cuhupcua seven suhuza eight aca nine ubchihica ten quihicha ata eleven quihicha bosa twelve quihicha ubchihica, gueta twenty gueta asique ata twenty-one gueta asaqui bosa asaqui ubchihica gueta twenty-two thirty gue bosa forty gue mica sixty gue hisca hundred gue House muyquy fac field outside Jba blood quye palo fura woman good cho gue is shoots son alma fihisca, breath paba father sua Sun chia Moon perchance land or region gua Monte guatoc broken pcuahasa Ray ocasa truth nga because aguene gue if there is atugue is one only nymy jaguarondi or Wildcat chyquy priest muyquy field quyne bone zocam year (for them a lunar cycle) Za night Sua day Sua mena tomorrow from the rising of the Sun until noon Sua Mecca afternoon from noon until entering the Cagui Sun morning night from night until the Sun Zasca since he entered the Sun until midnight Alla measured Chief of each tribe chircate square blanket chumbe or maure girdle wide liquira small blanket used on topo shoulders large gold or silver PIN to pin the blanket on the chest, and whose head is like a rattlesnake Muisca people cuhuca ear cuhuca chie heard upcuaga tabs chispcua elbow aba corn hica stone pcuapcua Hat pcua language quihicha foot chia Moon gata fire head sysqui upcua eye quyhyca mouth yta hand chue breasts mue Noddle sue bird gua fish ize Ant hica stone sie cuza water comb out nose sica teeth Jba blood sue bird supcua crab xie, sie River hica stone Zipa, Zaque, Great Lord yomsa, yomuy potatoes or potatoes chib crosier cha man, male Educar.org: virtual communities of collaborative learning chapter II the chibcha language compared with the americanas-No languages have affinities with the Japanese, maya, Quiche and quichua-errors of Brinton about the origin common of the Chibchas and other tribes, and the dissemination of its Lengua-comparacion of the chibchan with the sinsiga, the aruaco and the chimila affinities of the chibchan with the talamanca, the guayami and other dialects Istmenos-la migration of the Chibchas came from the North America, far from having departed the country towards Costarrica, as maintains it Brinton-likeness of the works of art of the Talamanca and Chiriquies and dissimilarity of the of others with regard to the of the Chibchas-Similitud of some of their customs. .