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Western Highland Chatino


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Highland Chatino is an indigenous Mesoamerican language, one of the Chatino family of the Oto-Manguean languages. Dialects are rather diverse; Ethnologue 16 counts them as three languages as follows: Eastern Highland Chatino (Lachao-Yolotepec dialect) Western Chatino (Yaitepec, Panixtlahuaca, and Quiahije dialects) Nopala Chatino Neighboring dialects between the three groups are about 80% mutually intelligible; diversity among the three Western dialects is almost as great. For phonological and grammatical details, see Chatino languages, which includes examples from Yaitepec dialect.
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[en] Chatino, Western Highland

Language type : Living

Language resources for Western Highland Chatino

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Wiktionnaire - Cat├ęgorie:chatino de la Sierra occidentale [fr]

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