Woun Meu love poem

Chi espheg

Pu khiin oochirum dich oojem ee

Mag iek wajapha jauchirumau

Mamu jupai aba, chugpa junawe

¡purig iek jawaag "Pu khochag chirum"!

Translation Wounmeu by Blacho Moya Chagpier
Pu khiin oochirum dich oojem ee  Mag iek wajapha jauchirumau  Mamu jupai aba, chugpa junawe  ¡purig iek jawaag Pu khochag chirum!

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Wounmeu language

The Wayúu language (woun meu, wounmeu, woun meo, wounaan meu, noanamá, chocó, waumeo, waun meo, waunana, waunméu, waunán), is a chocoan language, spoken in Panama and Colombia in the Chocó region, by a total of 10,000 people.

Choco people

Originally hunters (blowpipe), gatherers, semi-nomads, the Chocos (Embera and wounaan), live in a very humid forest region. Today hunting and fishing are the prerogative of men, while women take care of agricultural crops (maize, cassava, bananas) and make baskets and pottery. Their clothes (pareo and shirtless), and their habitat often remains traditional (wood and thatch).

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