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In Star Wars 4: A New Hope, one of the characters, Greedo, uses a simplified version of Quechua to talk with Han Solo, another character. In The Seven Crystal Balls and in Prisoners of the Sun, which are books which are part of the Tin Tin series, various Quechua characters are used to facilitate the capture of [...]
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Quechua is a Native American language of South America. The Incas established it as the official language of administration for their Empire, and it is still spoken today in various regional forms by some 10 million people through much of South America, including Peru, south-western and central Bolivia, southern Colombia and Ecuador, north-western Argentina and northern Chile. It is the most widely spoken language of the indigenous peoples of the Americas.
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This dictionary was made by Kyliane.
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Quechua of Cuzco > English: 2,162 words
English > Quechua of Cuzco: 2,182 words
Last update: March 21, 2014
First upload: March 4, 2004
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