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Zo'é is a Tupian language which is spoken by the homonymous ethnic group who live in the municipality of Óbidos, state of Pará, Brazil. Classified as a vulnerable language by UNESCO, Zo'é has been little studied by field linguists. In a search of internet-based databases with the keywords Buré, Jo'é, Poturu, Poturujara, Poturú, Puturú and Tupi of Cuminapanema, only twenty publications were found to discuss in some depth the phonetic-phonological dimension of the Zo'é language. Following stepsdoi:10.25894/ldd107 fatcat:rbyakz754bhdzk2pa45njlfm5m