Sometimes called Guna, Kuna is the heritage language of the Kuna people of Central and South America. The Kuna people have a strong cultural identity that is in part attached to their distinct language.
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An Important Indigenous Language
Along with Ngäbere and Buglere, the Kuna language belongs to the Chibchan family. Kuna is the traditional language of the Kuna people of northern Colombia (e.g., Antioquia and Magdalena) and southern Panama, where the majority of Kuna’s 60,000 speakers live. In particular, it’s spoken throughout the semi-autonomous indigenous comarca of Guna Yala on Panama’s eastern coast. As such, a high working knowledge of Kuna is necessary for high-quality communication in the region. There are also communities of Kuna speakers in Panama City and Colón.
High-Quality Communication in Kuna
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