The linguistic family Chibcha includes a group of languages and dialects spoken by the towns chibchas, that populated several countries with the North zone of South America, and the south of Central America. it ties One Bosa two, close or surrounded, to round Mica three, different, chosen Muyhica four, it prance, black thing, end or branch. Hisca five, drink, medicine Ta six, farming cuhupcua seven suhuza eight breadfruit nine ubchihica ten quihicha ties eleven quihicha bosa twelve quihicha ubchihica, gueta Twenty gueta asique ties Twenty-one gueta asaqui bosa twenty-two gueta asaqui ubchihica thirty gue bosa forty gue mica sixty gue hisca one hundred gue house muyquy field face outside yba blood quye wood fura good woman cho gue is shoots son fihisca soul, breath turkey hen Father sua Sun cha Moon quica Earth or region gua Monte guatoc Broken pcuahasa Ray ocasa Truth nga Then aguene gue If there is atugue Is one only nymy leoncillo or wild cat chyquy priest muyquy field quyne bone zocam year (for them a lunar cycle) Za Sua night Sua day ore tomorrow from the birth of the sun to noon Sua Mecca takes from noon to entering the sun Cagui night – dawn from measured night to leaving the sun Zasca since the sun entered until average Tithua night head of each tribe chircate square blanket chumbe or maure wraps widens liquira small blanket used on shoulders awkward person great gold pin or silver to catch the blanket on the chest, and whose head is like a bell muiscas people cuhuca Heard Ear cuhuca chie upcuaga Eyelashes chispcua Elbow aba Maize hica Stone pcuapcua Hat pcua Language quihicha Foot cha Moon cat Fire sysqui Head upcua Eye quyhyca Mouth yta Hand chue Chests mue Mollera sue Bird gua Fished ize Ant hica Stone sie Water cuza Comb removes to Nose sica Teeth yba Blood sue Bird supcua Crab xie, sie River hica Zipa Stone, Zaque, great gentleman yomsa, yomuy Popes or potatoes chib walking stick cha man, man Virtual communities of Collaborative Learning CHAPTER II The language chibcha compared with the languages Americans-Not it has affinities with the Japanese, the Mayan, Quiche’ and quicha-Error de Brinton about the common origin of the Chibchas and other tribes, and the diffusion of its language-Comparison of chibcha with sinsiga, aruaco and chimila-Affinity of chibcha with talamanca, the guayam and other dialects istmeos-La migration of the Chibchas came from the North America, far from to have started off of the country of these for Costarrica, as it maintains Brinton-Similarity of works of art of the Talamancas and Chiriques and desemejanza to it of those of everyone with respect to those of Chibchas-Similarity of some of its customs. . y clicking through.