Affinity Group: American Peoples

Affinity Bloc: Latin-Caribbean Americans

People Cluster: South American Indigenous

Language: Piratapuyo - (pir)

Alternate Name(s): Pira-Tapuia, Waikino, Pira-Tapuya, Uaikena, Uaicana, Waikhara, Waina, Uaiana, Uainana, Waikana, Waíkana, Piratapuya

Primary Religion: Ethnoreligion

Country: Brazil

Also found in: Colombia

Population: 1,400

Global Population: 2,050

PEID: 17072

ROP: 108050

Progress of the Gospel: No Longer Unreached

Global Status of Evangelical Christianity: 2% or Greater but Less than 5% Evangelical

Overview: The Piratapuyo of Brazil, numbering 1,400, are No Longer Unreached. They are part of the South American Indigenous people cluster within the Latin-Caribbean Americans affinity bloc. Globally, this group totals 2,050 in 2 countries. Their primary language is Piratapuyo. The primary religion practiced by the Piratapuyo is ethnoreligion. Ethnoreligion is deeply rooted in a people's ethnic identity and conversion essentially equates to cultural assimilation.

Bible Translations: Available

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Gospel Recordings: Available

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