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Mixe is a Mixe-Zoquean language of Mexico.
Actually there are between three and eight different Mixe languages, depending how you count them--the
languages are different enough that their native speakers cannot necessarily understand each other, similar to speakers of
related languages like English and Dutch. Two Popoluca
languages of Veracruz are also closely related to Mixe and are sometimes referred to as Mixe de Veracruz. In total
nearly 90,000 people speak Mixe languages in Mexico today, and another 4,000 speak the
two Popoluca Mixean languages.
Coatlan Mixe Jaltepec Mixe Tlahuitoltepec Mixe
Our lists of Mixe vocabulary words, with comparison to words in other Mixe-Zoque languages.
Secondary palatalization in Isthmus Mixe
Mixe linguistics paper available online in PDF format.
AILLA: Mixe del Istmo Mixe Oluteco Mixe Sayula Mixe Tlahuitoltepec Mixe Totontepec
Archives of Mixe language recordings available for download.
Mixe de Juquila
Christian prayer translated into a dialect of Oaxacan Mixe.
Language Museum: Coatlan Mixe Language Museum: Juquila Mixe Language Museum: Mixe de Totontepec Mexican Bible Verses: Mixe de Coatlan
Mixe translation of several Biblical passages.
Chart of indigenous Mixe, Zoque and Popoluca place names in Mexico.
Yu Ye'eydyujk Tyunk
An untranslated Mixe text.
Coatlan Mixe Isthmus Mixe Juquila Mixe Mazatlan Mixe North-Central Mixe
Quetzaltepec Mixe Totontepec Mixe Tlahuitoltepec Mixe
Demographic information about the Mixe languages from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Mije Language Tree:
Theories about Mixe's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Coatlán Mixe Language Structures Tlahuitoltepec Mixe Language Structures Totontepec Mixe Language Structures:
Mixe linguistic profiles and academic bibliographies.
Mixe Culture and History Links
The Mixe tradition of tequio or communal work.
Additional Resources, Links, and References
Southern Highland Chontal: Lowland Mixe: Midland Mixe: Totontepec Mixe:
Bibliography of Mixe language resources from the Endangered Languages Project.
Articles on the Mixe language in Spanish.
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