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Huajintepec

"Huajintepec" is the name of an indigenous Mexican village of the Amuzgo tribe. Although the villagers are Amuzgo, the name of the village comes from the Nahuatl (Aztec) language, where it means "hill of gourd-trees." It is also spelled other ways such as Huaxintepec, Guajentepec, and so on. The Huajintepec people speak the Southern Amuzgo dialect.

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Here are links to our webpages about the Huajintepec tribe and language:

 Huajintepec language
 Amuzgo culture
 Mexico indigenous peoples
 Otomanguean languages
 Mesoamericans

Here are links to more Internet resources about Huajintepec (in Spanish):
 Pueblo Huajintepec
 Huajintepec Guerrero

Here are a few good books about the Huajintepecs:
 Behind God's Back
 Amuzgo-Spanish Dictionary
 The Mesoamerican Indian Languages



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