Inca Baby Names & Inca Names
The ancestral Incan people spoke a language closely related to Quechua, a Native South American language family and dialect cluster, and spoken primarily in the Andes Mountains of South America. Quechua is the most widely spoken language family of the indigenous peoples of the Americas, with about 8 – 10 million speakers. The Incans referred to their language as runasimi, later to be called Quechua by the Spanish conquistadors. Many contemporary Andes speakers refer to Quechua as Andean. Baby Name World is a reliable resource to start searching for Incan, Quechua or South American baby names and name meanings.