- Language: Yurutí
- Alternate names: Yuruti, Juruti, Jurutí, Yuruti-Tapuya, Luruty-Tapuya Juriti, Juriti-Tapuia, Wayhara, Patsoka, Wajiaraye, Yuruti, Wajiara, Totsoca, Wadzana, Waikana, Waimasá, Yurutiye
- Language code: yui
- Language family: Tucanoan, Eastern Tucanoan, Tucano (SIL classification)
- Number of speakers: 687
- Vulnerability: Endangered
- Script: Latin script.
Marriage patterns require spouses to be from different language groups. Children speak the languages of both parents and grandparents, but identify with the father’s language. Ethnic autonym: Wajiara, fish people. Yuriti and Juriti are incorrect spellings.
Yurutí is spoken in Brazil, Colombia, South America.