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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.
Our Online Ixcateco Materials
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.
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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