Ando-Equatorial family

The Ando-Equatorial family consists of five language groups of Indian languages.

ANDEAN LANGUAGES
Aguaruna, Ataguate, Aymará, Bolona, Cahuapana, Candoa, Catacao, Chayahuita, Chebero, Cofan, Colan, Coromado, Esmeralda, Haux, Inaquen, Jivaro, Leco, Lokono, Malacato, Oa, Palta, Payniquen, Pinche, Poya, Roamaina, Sabela, Sec, Selcnam, Teuex, Xibito-Cholon, Yahgan, Yamorai, Yaruro, Zapa, Zaparo

CHUECHUMARAN LANGUAGES
Quechua

EQUATORIAL LANGUAGES
Amuexa, Apolista, Ariqueme, Atare, Caipotorado, Camuru, Cariri, Cayuvava, Chamicura, Cuica, Dzubuca, Ebidoso, Horio, Imono, Otomaco, Pamigua, Patoco, Pedra Branca, Piaroa, Quaqua, Quillacinga, Quipea, Saliva, Sapuia, Sebondoy, Taparita, Timote, Tinigua, Trumai, Tumereha, Tunacho, Tuyuneri, Uru, Yuracare

MACRO-YUCANOAN LANGUAGES
Guaipunave, Macu, Muniche, Nadobo, Otanabe, Puinave, Simacu, Tucuna, Yapooa

TUPI LANGUAGES
Guaraní