|Total speakers||300 (2000, SIL)|
|Language family|| American|
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Caquinte (or Caquinte Campa, Poyenisati) is an indigenous American language spoken by hundreds of aboriginal people in South America. The language is spoken along the Poyeni, Mayapo, Picha, Yori, and Agueni rivers, with some speakers along parts of the Sensa and Vitiricaya rivers.
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