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Chichimeca Indian Language (Chichimec, Chichimeco, Jonaz)
Chichimeca is an Oto-Manguean language. Chichimeca is spoken by a few hundred
indigenous people in rural Mexico. It is a tone language and has primarily VSO word order.
The Confusing Name Chichimeca
Explanation of the origin of the name "Chichimec," with a language map of Mexico.
Archive of Chichimec language recordings available for download.
Ethnologue of Languages: Chichimeca-Jonaz
Demographic information about the Chichimec language.
Wikipedia: Chichimeca Jonaz:
Brief encyclopedia article on the Chichimec language.
Chichimeko Language Tree:
Theories about Chichimec's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Chichimeca-Jonaz Language Structures:
Chichimec linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
Lengua Chichimeco: Idioma Jonaz:
Information on the Chichimeca language in Spanish.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Wikipedia: Chichimeca Britannica: Chichimec People:
Encyclopedia articles about the Chichimecs.
Cultura Chichimeca: Los Chichimeca:
Information about the Chichamec tribe in Spanish.
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