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  1. Quichean languages - Wikipedia

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    Quichean languages From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The (Greater) Quichean languages are a branch of the Mayan family of Guatemala.

    • Quichean proper, Pokom, Kekchi, Uspantek, Sakapultek, Sipakapense
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    • Mesoamerica
    • MayanEastern, (Quichean–Mamean)Quichean
  2. Kʼicheʼ language - Wikipedia

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    Kʼicheʼ language test of Wikipedia at Wikimedia Incubator Kʼicheʼ ([kʼiˈtʃʰeʔ], also Qatzijobʼal "our language" to its speakers), or Quiché (/ kiːˈtʃeɪ /), is a Maya language of Guatemala, spoken by the Kʼicheʼ people of the central highlands.

  3. Kaqchikel language - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from ISO 639:cak) The Kaqchikel language (in modern orthography; formerly also spelled Cakchiquel or Cachiquel) is an indigenous Mesoamerican language and a member of the Quichean–Mamean branch of the Mayan languages family. It is spoken by the indigenous Kaqchikel people in central Guatemala.

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    • Kaqchikel
    • Central Highlands
    • Guatemala
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  5. Mayan languages - Wikipedia

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    Mayan languages are the descendants of a proto-language called Proto-Mayan or, in Kʼicheʼ Maya, Nabʼee Mayaʼ Tzij ("the old Maya Language"). The Proto-Mayan language is believed to have been spoken in the Cuchumatanes highlands of central Guatemala in an area corresponding roughly to where Qʼanjobalan is spoken today.

  6. Mamean languages - Wikipedia

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    Consonant inventory of the Mamean languages Letter Mam (Todos Santos) Tektiteko (Tectitán) Awakatek (Aguacatán) Ixil (Chajul) p /pʰ~ɸʰ/ /p̪ʰ/

    • Mamean proper, Ixilan
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    • MayanEastern, (Quichean–Mamean)Mamean
  7. Poqomchiʼ language - Wikipedia

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    Poqomchiʼ (Pokomchi: Poqomchiiʼ) is a Mayan language spoken by the Poqomchiʼ Maya of Guatemala, and is very closely related to Poqomam.Its two main dialects, eastern and western, were spoken by 90,000 or so people in the year 2000, in Purulhá, Baja Verapaz, and in the following municipalities of Alta Verapaz: Santa Cruz Verapaz, San Cristóbal Verapaz, Tactic, Tamahú and Tucurú.

  8. Chʼolan languages - Wikipedia

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    Chʼolan languages From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Chʼolan AKA Cholan–Tzeltalan languages are a branch of the Mayan family of Mexico. These languages break into six sections being Cholan and Tzeltalan.

  9. Languages of Mexico - Wikipedia

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    Spanish is the de facto national language spoken by the vast majority of Mexicans, though it is not defined as an official language in legislation. The second article of the 1917 Constitution defines the country as multicultural, recognizes the right of the indigenous peoples to "preserve and enrich their languages" and promotes "bilingual and intercultural education".

  10. 瑪雅文明 - 维基百科,自由的百科全书

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    原始玛雅语在前古典期发生分化,形成玛雅语系,下分 瓦斯特克语族 ( 英语 : Huastecan languages ) 、 基切语族 ( 英语 : Quichean languages ) 、 坎霍巴兰语族 ( 英语 : Q'anjobalan languages ) 、 马姆语族 ( 英语 : Mamean languages ) 、 乔尔语族 ( 英语 : Chʼolan ...

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