The Xavante language is a Ge language spoken by the Xavante people in about 170 villages in the area surrounding Eastern Mato Grosso, Brazil. The Xavante language is unusual in its phonology, its ergative object–agent–verb word order, and its use of honorary and endearment terms in its morphology.
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... Xavante syllables are of the forms CV, CCV, CVC, CCVC, CV, and CCV that is, all syllables begin with a consonant, sometimes two they may optionally either end with a ...
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