Infobox Language family
fam1=Saparo-Yawan ?The Peba-Yaguan language family (also Yaguan, Peban, Yáwan) is located in the northwestern Amazon, but today Yagua is the only remaining spoken language of the family.
The linguist Paul Rivet suggested that the Peba-Yaguan family divided into two branches, with Yameo in one branch, and Peba and Yagua in the other. There is extremely little documentation of Yameo and Peba, both of which are now extinct, though the town "Pebas" on the Amazon River clearly takes its name from this group of people. The available documentation is largely due to the efforts of early Catholic missionaries, summarized by Paul Rivet.
[http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/11599a.htm Catholic Encyclopedia article]
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