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Náhuatl del norte de Oaxaca NT By La Liga Bíblica
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El Nuevo Testamento en un idioma de México, Náhuatl del norte de Oaxaca. Ethnologue code: [nhy]. The original edition was published in 2006. The Lulu edition was prepared in 2009.
Náhuatl del norte de Oaxaca NT By La Liga Bíblica
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El Nuevo Testamento en un idioma de México, Náhuatl del norte de Oaxaca. Ethnologue code: [nhy]. The original edition was published in 2006. The Lulu edition was prepared in 2009.
Gramática popular del tacuate (mixteco) de Santa María Zacatepec, Oaxaca By Douglas Towne
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This grammar of Mixtec has as its purpose to describe, using relatively non-technical terminology, the grammar of the variety spoken in Santa María Zacatepec, Oaxaca, Mexico; which is also... More > spoken in Santiago Ixtayatla. These towns are located in the southwestern corner of Oaxaca, north and northeast of the town of Pinotepa National. Although the grammar is intended for use in the local Mixtec community, it will also be of interest to scholars because of the topics it covers: phonology and orthography, word types (parts of speech), and the structure of phrases and sentences. All of these are illustrated by examples of sentences, both simple and complex, and two short glossed narrative texts. Also included are several photographs, some charts, and an annotated bibliography.< Less
DICCIONARIO CHINANTECO de San Felipe Usila By Leonard E. Skinner, Marlene B. Skinner
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Usila Chinantec is spoken in the district of Tuxtepec, Oaxaca. It is in the north western part of the Chinantla. It differs considerably from Lealao Chinantec (No. 35) and Tlatepuzco Chinantec (No.... More > 39). It has five phonemic levels of tone but does not have the contrast of ballistic and controlled syllable types found in the other Chinantec languages. Tone has a heavy functional load, especially in the grammar. It is written meticulously throughout. Usila Chinantec verbs are classified in the high tone bracket or the low tone one, which allows for more predictability in the paradigms than was possible for the other Chinantec dialects. The detailed 100 page grammar is a highlight of the dictionary. The dictionary contains approximately 5,000 entries. Illustrative sentences for the different senses of the entry word were supplied by Basilio Sabino and other Chinantec speakers. Appendices give Kinship terms and Place names; Numerals are included in the grammar.< Less