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Totonac Indian Language
Totonac is a Totonacan language of central Mexico, spoken by
around 250,000 people there. There are many Totonac dialects, many of which are quite different from each other and difficult
for speakers of a different dialect to understand. For this reason, linguists often consider there to be between four and nine
distinct Totonac languages, rather than just one. Totonac is an agglutinative language and has SVO word order.
Our Online Totonac Materials
Our list of vocabulary words in the Totonac language.
Totonac Language Lessons and Linguistic Descriptions
UDHR: Totonaco Language:
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights translated into Totonac.
Totonaco Necaxa Prayer Totonaco de Coyutla Totonaco de Xicotepec de Juarez Sierra Totonaco Totonaco de Filomena Mata-Coahuitlán Totonac de Papantla:
Translations of Christian prayers into the Totonac languages.
Language Museum: Totonaca de la Sierra:
Totonac translation of a Biblical passage.
Wikipedia article about the Southeastern Totonac language.
Coyutla Totonac Highland Totonac (Sierra Totonac) Lowland Totonac (Papantla Totonac) Tecpatlán Totonac Ozumatlán Totonac: Upper Necaxa Totonac Yecuatla Totonac Northern Totonac Filomena Mata-Coahuitlán Totonac:
Demographic information about the Totonac languages from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Totonac Tribe Totonac People:
Encyclopedia articles about the Totonacs.
Information about the Totonac language in Spanish.
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