Cauca language

Native to Colombia
Extinct (date missing)
possibly Chocoan
Language codes
ISO 639-3 Either:
cca – (Cauca – possibly)[1]
aoh – (Arma – possibly)[2]

Cauca is an extinct language of Colombia. It may have been a Chocoan language.

A "Cauca" language of the Coconu


  1. ^ ISO code cca is for "Cauca", which is also an alternative name for Coconuco. Ethnologue includes a "Cauca" under Coconucan along with other Choco languages. It is therefore not clear if this is the proper code for this language.
  2. ^ Ethnologue reports that the Arma spoke Cenu or Cauca.

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