The Yagán or Yámana, the most southern language of the world, was spoken until the end of the XIXth century by a group of nomadic seafaring people, who ranged throughout the archipelagos and channels of the very end of the American continent, between Brecknock peninsula and Cape Horn.
Currently the Yagán language is in extinction.
In the small village of Ukika, near Port Williams, on Navarino Island are the last speaker of the Yagán anguage.
There are seven vowels: i, e, ae, e (inverted), a, o, u.
There are seventeen consonants: p, t, k, tr, ¨c, s, s.
Yagán vocabulary and phrases: