Naming Your Alpacas?
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The origins of the Alpaca (in the recent 6,000~ years) lie within Western South America, especially Bolivia, Chile, Peru and Ecuador, and the native languages there in. The languages the natives speak even today include mainly Spanish and an ancient language called Quechua (katch-e-wä). Quechua has many dialects as well.

This page contains links to other sites that can translate words and phrases from English to Spanish and English to Quechua.

English to Spanish and Latin Spanish Dictionaries:

English to Quechua Dictionaries:

http://dictionaries.travlang.com/EnglishSpanish/
http://www.spanishdict.com
http://www.diccionarios.com
http://www.my-spanish-dictionary.com
http://www.tododiccionarios.com
http://www.spanish-translator-services.com/dictionaries/
http://www.babelpoint.com
http://www.goihata.com/en/japanese-spanish-dictionary/
http://www.wordmagicsoft.com/dictionary/tools/

http://www.andes.org/
http://www.freelang.net/online/quechua_cuzco.php?lg=gb
http://www.katari.org/diccionario/diccionario.php

Websters Online Translation Dictionary

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http://www.websters-online-dictionary.org

 
  Other interesting links:
  http://www.native-languages.org/quechua.htm#language