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Eastern Durango Nahuatl


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Mexicanero is the name used by the speakers of the isolated Nahuatl language spoken in southern Durango and Nayarit to refer to their language. It has around 1000 speakers in the remote towns of San Pedro Jícora and San Juan Buenaventura in the Mezquital municipality, Durango, where they coexist with speakers of Tepehuán, and some 300 speakers in the Acaponeta municipality of Nayarit. There are significant differences between the varieties of San Pedro Jícora on the one hand and San Agustín Buenaventura and Nayarit on the other. The language is vibrant and spoken by adults and children. Mexicanero is one of the peripheral Nahuatl dialects. It uses the -lo suffix to express plurality of subject. Due to the loss of certain syllables it has acquired phonemic stress.
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[en] Eastern Durango Nahuatl

Language type : Living

Language resources for Eastern Durango Nahuatl

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