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Hibito language

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Hibito language

Native to Peru
Region Bobonaje River valley
Extinct ? (500 in 1850)
Language codes
ISO 639-3 hib
Glottolog hibi1243[1]

Hibito (spelled variously Híbito, Hívito, Chibito, Ibito, Jibito, Xibita, Zibito) is an extinct language of Peru. It, together with Cholón, also extinct, constituted the [[Hibito–Cholon languages|Hibito-Cholon family

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