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The Ch'orti' language (sometimes also Chorti) is a Mayan language, spoken by the indigenous Maya people who are also known as the Ch'orti' or Ch'orti' Maya. Ch'orti' is a direct descendant of the Classic Maya language in which many of the pre-Columbian inscriptions using the Maya script were written. This Classic Maya language is also attested in a number of inscriptions made in regions whose inhabitants most likely spoke a different Mayan language variant, including the ancestor of Yukatek Maya. Ch'orti' is spoken mainly in and around Jocotán and Camotán, Chiquimula department, Guatemala, as well as adjacent areas of parts of western Honduras near the Copan Ruins.
Source : DBpedia

Names (more)

[de] Chortí-Sprache
[en] Ch’orti’ language
[fr] Ch'orti'
[lt] Čorčių kalba
[mk] Чортиски јазик
[nl] Ch'orti'
[no] Chorti
[pl] Język ch'orti'
[pt] Língua chorti
[ru] Чорти
[es] Idioma chortí
[zh] 奇奧蒂語

Language type : Living

Language resources for Chortí

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Wiktionary - Category:Ch'orti' language [en]
Wiktionnaire - Catégorie:ch’orti’ [fr]

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