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Awakatek is a Mayan language spoken in primarily Huehuetenango, Guatemala in and around Aguacatán. It is a living language with some 18,000 speakers. Awakatek is closely related to Ixil and the two languages together form the sub-branch Ixilean, which together with the Mamean languages, Mam and Tektitek, form a sub-branch Greater-Mamean, which again, together with the Greater-Quichean languages, ten Mayan languages, including K'iche', form the branch Quichean–Mamean. The Awakatek people themselves refer to their language as qa'yol, literally meaning our word.
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[de] Awakatekisch
[en] Aguacateco
[fr] Awakateko
[gl] Lingua aguacateca
[hr] Aguacateco jezik
[lt] Aguakatekų kalba
[mk] Авакатечки јазик
[nl] Aguacateeks
[no] Aguakatansk
[pt] Língua aguacateca
[ru] Агуакатекский язык
[es] Idioma aguacateco

Language type : Living

Language resources for Aguacateco

Open Languages Archives

Wiktionnaire - Catégorie:aguacatèque [fr]

Omniglot encyclopedia [en]

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