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Cochimi was a Yuman language of Mexico, related to the living languages
Kumeyaay and Cocopa. The Yuman languages are
considered by some linguists to be members of the larger
Hokan language family.
Cochimi was once spoken in Baja California but has not been spoken since the 1800's, and the Cochimi people do not
exist any longer as a distinct people (although their kinfolk the Kumeyaay are sometimes still referred to as "Cochimis" by other Mexicans).
Our list of vocabulary words in the Cochimi language, with comparison to words in other Hokan languages.
Cochimi translation of the Lord's Prayer.
Cochimi Words Cochimi Verbs Cochimi Sentences Cochimi Text Sample:
Wordlist, grammar and a language learning dialogue in Cochimi.
Demographic information about the Cochimi language.
Cochimi Language Tree Laimón Language Tree:
Theories about Cochimi's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Cochimi and Proto-Yuman:
Linguistics book for sale on the Cochimi language.
Cochimi Rock Art:
A few photographs of Cochimi petroglyphs and pictographs in Baja California.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Encyclopedia articles about the Cochimi language and culture.
Information on the Cochimi language in Spanish.
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