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Oto-Manguean Language Family

Oto-Manguean languages are spoken in central Mexico.

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The Oto-Manguean languages include:

  • Eastern Oto-Manguean Languages
  • Amuzgo-Mixtecan Languages
  • Amuzgo
  • Mixtecan Languages
  • Cuicateco
  • Mixtec
  • Trique
  • Popolocan-Zapotecan Languages
  • Popolocan Languages
  • Chocho-Popolocan Languages
  • Chocho
  • Ixcateco
  • Popoloca
  • Mazatec
  • Zapotecan Languages
  • Chatino
  • Zapotec
  • Western Oto-Manguean Languages
  • Oto-Pame-Chinantecan Languages
  • Otopamean Languages
  • Pamean languages
  • Chichimeca
  • Pame
  • Otomian languages
  • Matlatzincan
  • Matlatzinca
  • Tlahuica
  • Otomi-Mazahuan
  • Mazahua
  • Otomi
  • Chinanteco
  • Tlapanec-Manguean Languages
  • Chiapanec-Mangue Languages
  • Chiapaneca
  • Chorotega
  • Mangue
  • Subtiaba-Tlapanecan Languages
  • Subtiaba
  • Tlapaneco

    Native Languages

    Our Oto-Manguean Language Features

    Oto-Manguean Vocabulary:
         Words in various Oto-Manguean languages.

    Links to Other Oto-Manguean Language Resources

    Oto-Manguean Language Family:
         Ethnologue of Oto-Manguean languages.
    Oto Manguean Languages:
        Overview of the Oto-Manguean Indian languages, their history and distribution.

    Oto-Manguean Language Materials Available Offline
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    Studies in the Syntax of Mixtecan Languages:
         Collection from the Summer Institute of Linguistics.
    Collected Works in Mesoamerican Linguistics and Archaeology:
         Six-volume opus on Oto-Manguean and other indigenous Central American languages and cultures.

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