What is the full form of ARN?
- on Jun 11, 2022
ARN stands for Mapudungun.
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What is ARN?
Mapudungun is an indigenous language spoken in Chile, Argentina and Uruguay. It is part of the Chancan linguistic family and was first documented in the 16th century. Mapudungun has around 25,000 speakers spread across these three countries.
Mapudungun is used for everyday conversation, storytelling, education and agriculture. Banks, hospitals and other businesses have started using Mapudungun to communicate with customers in the past few years.
Here are some examples of how Mapudungun is used in everyday life:
In Chile, Mapudungun is used to identify different parts of the country. For example, Mapudungun speakers from La Serena use terms such as Atacama, Araucanía and Bio-Bio to refer to specific regions.
In Argentina, Mapudungun is also used to identify regions. For example, Mapuches from Patagonia use terms such as Chubut, Tierra del Fuego and Río Negro to refer to different parts of the country.
In Uruguay, Mapudungun is used primarily by the descendants of Chilean settlers who arrived in the late 19th century. They use terms