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Ixcateco Indian Language (Ixcatec, Ixcatlan)

Ixcateco is an Oto-Manguean language of Mexico.
There are only a few elderly speakers of Ixcateco remaining in Mexico today. It is a tone language and has primarily VSO word order.

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Ixcateco Language Resources

Our Online Ixcateco Materials

Ixcateco Vocabulary:
     Our list of vocabulary words in the Ixcateco language.

Ixcateco Language Lessons and Linguistic Descriptions

The Death of Xwja * Mexicans fight to save Indian language:
     Articles about the Ixcateco people's struggle to preserve their language.
AILLA: Ixcatec:
    Archive of Ixcatec language recordings available for download.
     Demographic information about the Ixcatec language from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Iskateko Language Tree:
    Theories about Ixcatec's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Ixcatec Language Structures:
    Ixcatec linguistic profile and academic bibliography.

Links, References, and Additional Information

   Britannica: Ixcatec People * Wikipedia: Ixcatec * Santa Maria Ixcatlan:
    Encyclopedia articles about the Ixcatecs.
   Lengua Ixcateco * A punto de extinguirse * El Ixcateco * Idioma Ixcateco:
    Information on the Ixcateco language in Spanish.

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