Tano dilleri

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Tano dilleri
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Tano dilleri (İngilizce Tanoan, Kiowa-Tanoan, Tanoan-Kiowa), Amerika Birleşik Devletlerinib New Mexico, Kansas, Oklahoma ve Teksas eyaletleri ile Meksika'da konuşulan Amerind Kızılderili dil ailesi.

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Tanoan adı Tevaca için kullanılan alternatif Tano (ve Arizona Tevalarının kendi dillerindeki adları: tʰáánu tééwa) adına İngilizce'de dil ailesi yapım eki olarak sık kullanılan -an sıfatı getirilerek oluşturulmuştur.

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