- Language: Cocama-Cocamilla
- Alternate names: Cocama, Kokama, Kukama-Kukamiria, Ucayali, Xibitoana, Huallaga, Pampadeque, Pandequebo, Xibitaona, Kokama-Kokamilya, Kokáma-Omágwa, Kukama Kukamiria, Cocama Cocamilla
- Language code: cod
- Language family: Tupian, Tupí-Guaraní, Tupí, Cocama (SIL classification)
- Number of speakers: ~1,000
- Vulnerability: Endangered
- Script: Latin script.
Traditional religion, Christian.
Cabral (2007:375) argues that Kokáma/Omágwa (Cocama-Omagua) is not a Tupí-Guaranían language, that it cannot be classified at all, and is rather a mixed language to which at least four different languages contributed, though “most of the basic vocabulary of Kokáma/Omágwa is of Tupí-Guaraní[an] origin.”