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Chicomuceltec (also Chikomuselteko or Chicomucelteco; archaically, Cotoque) is a Mayan language formerly spoken in the region defined by the municipios of Chicomuselo, Mazapa de Madero, and Amatenango de la Frontera in Chiapas, Mexico, as well as some nearby areas of Guatemala. By the 1970s–80s it had become extinct, with recent reports in Mayanist literature finding that there are no living native speakers. Communities of contemporary Chicomucelteco descendants, numbering approximately 1500 persons in Mexico and 100 in Guatemala are Spanish speakers. Chicomuceltec was formerly sometimes called Cakchiquel Mam, although it is only distantly related to the Cakchiquel or Mam, being much closer to Wastek (Huastec).
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[en] Chicomuceltec language
[mk] Чикомукелтекски јазик
[no] Chikomuselsk
[pl] Język chicomuceltec
[pt] Língua chicomucelteca

Language type : Extinct

Language resources for Chicomuceltec

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Wiktionnaire - Catégorie:chicomuceltec [fr]

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Following BCP 47 the recommended tag for this language is cob.

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ISO 639-3 : cob

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