American Indian language
American Indian culture
What's new on our site today!
Tepehua Indian Language
Tepehua is a Totonacan language of central Mexico, spoken by
between eight and ten thousand people there. The Tepehua language is completely unrelated to the similarly-named
Tepehuan language of western Mexico, which is a
There are three dialects of Tepehua (called Tepehua de Pisa Flores,
Tepehua de Tlachichilco, and Tepehua de Huehuetla) which are quite different from each other and are considered separate
languages by many linguists. Tepehua is an agglutinative language and has SVO word order.
Our Online Tepehua Materials
Our list of vocabulary words in the Tepehua language.
Tepehua Language Lessons and Linguistic Descriptions
Tepehua de Huehuetla Prayer Tepehua de Tlachichilco Prayer:
Translations of Christian prayers into the Tepehua languages.
Language Museum: Tepehua (Tlachichilco):
Tepehua translation of a Biblical passage.
Wikipedia article about the Tepehua language.
Huehuetla Tepehua (Tepehua de Hidalgo) Pisaflores Tepehua Tlachichilco Tepehua:
Demographic information about the Tepehua languages from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Huehuetla Mecapalapa Language Tree Pisaflores Tepewa Language Tree Tlachichilco Tepewa Language Tree:
Theories about Tepehua's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Huehuetla Tepehua Language Structures Tlachichilco Tepehua Language Structures:
Tepehua linguistic profiles and academic bibliographies.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Information about the Tepehua language in Spanish.
Native Languages of the Americas website © 1998-2015 Contacts and FAQ page
Back to the list of Native American Indian nations
Back to our American Indian websites for kids
American Indian art
Great Basin tribes
American Indian tattoos
Would you like to sponsor our work on the Tepehua Indian language?