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"Aguacatan" is an alternate name for Aguacateco, an indigenous Mayan language of Guatemala. Aguacatán is the name of the region of Guatemala where these people live, and has become the de facto name of the tribe and their language as well, either in the noun form (Aguacatán) or the adjective form (Aguacateco.)

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Aguacatan Resources

Here are links to our webpages about the Aguacatan tribe and language:
 Aguacatan language
 Mayan vocabulary
 Mayan cultures
 Maya mythology
 Central American Indian languages

Here are a few links to other Aguacatan resources online:
 Wikipedia: Aguacatán

Books about the Aguacatans

Here are a few good books about the Aguacatan tribe:
 We Were Taught to Plant Corn, Not to Kill
 The Ancient Maya

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