|Region||Loreto Region, Urarinas district.|
Urarina is a language spoken in Peru, specifically in the Loreto Region of Northwest Peru, by the Urarina people. There are around 3,000 speakers. It uses a Latin script. It is also known as Itucali, Simacu or Shimacu.
It has a canonical word order of object–verb–subject which is very rare among the world's languages.
- Wise, Mary Ruth. (1999). "Small Language Families and Isolates in Peru" in The Amazonian Languages. Dixon, R. M. W. and Aikhenvald, Alexandra (ed.)