The text analysis of Mure by de Créqui-Montfort, Georges and Paul Rivet 1913 is sound, but the parallels with Chapacuran are limited to a few words, while the rest it utterly different. Therefore, the near-identical Chapacuran words are likely to be loans, especially given that the Mure were missioned together with Chapacuran peoples. No other relation for the Mure data has been suggested or is apparent.
Mure, an extinct Bolivian language of uncertain affiliation attested only with the Pater Noster in Emile Teza 1868 and a few sporadic mentions ( Lorenzo Hervás 1800: 251 , Cosme Bueno 1770 ), is missing from E16/E17/E18/E19/E20/E21/E22/E23. It is not to be confused with the more well-known Chapacuran Bolivian language called Moré or Itene [ite] ( Angenot-de-Lima, Geralda 2002 ). See also: Itene [ite].