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Vocabulario Totonaco de la Sierra By Herman P. Aschmann
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A Totonac-Spanish vocabulary of Sierra Totonac. 180 pages, with grammatical notes and appendices.
DICCIONARIO TOTONACO DE PAPANTLA By Herman Pedro Aschmann
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This bilingual dictionary (with approximately 4000 entries) includes the majority of the most common words in the Papantla Totonac language (Veracruz, Mexico). The entries in both the... More > Totonac–Spanish and Spanish–Totonac sections include parts of speech, translation equivalents with different senses, subentries for derived forms, and illustrative sentences. Following part 1 of the dictionary, there are appendices that provide focus on particular semantic domains: flora and fauna names, the number system, and body parts. There is another appendix with a list of verb conjugations.< Less
DICCIONARIO TOTONACO de Xicotepec de Juárez By Aileen A. Reid, Ruth G. Bishop
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This bilingual dictionary (with approximately 4000 entries) includes the majority of the most common words in the Xicotepec Totonac language (Puebla, Mexico). The entries in both the... More > Totonac–Spanish and Spanish–Totonac sections include parts of speech, translation equivalents with different senses, sub-entries for derived forms, and illustrative sentences. Following the body of the dictionary, there is an appendix with a short grammar of the language (20 pages). Other appendices provide focus on particular semantic domains: body parts, names of flora and fauna, kinship terms, and the number system.< Less
Gramática Totonaca de Xicotepec By Aileen A. Reid
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This is the first detailed grammar of a Totonacan language that covers the complex stem formation and inflection. Written in Spanish with native speakers of Totonac in mind, this grammar is a... More > companion book to the Diccionario Totonaco de Xicotepec de Juárez (1974).< Less
Folktales of the Nahua: A Journey to Tlalocan By Craig Kodros, Lisa Lethin, Paul Heller
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Swim underwater to meet the Queen of the Fish. Follow a kernel of corn as it transforms into a gentleman and rides away on a horse. Fly to the faraway land of Tlalocan where frogs grind corn to make... More > tortillas and years are measured in days. The traditional voices of the Mexican people can be heard through their folklore and legends. Folktales of the Nahua presents a collection of tales from traditional Nahua villages located deep in the highlands of central Mexico. Each folktale, or cuento, in this book reveals a world of mystery, intrigue, and ancient knowledge. These stories include ancient beliefs in a world called Tlalocan, the mythical paradise of the Aztec rain god Tlaloc. Some are tales of near-death journeys to Tlalocan and a return to the world of the living. Other stories reflect an indigenous North American origin, including tales of the Coyote and the trickster Rabbit. Still other tales originated in Europe and have been integrated into the oral tradition of Mexico.< Less
Folktales of the Nahua: A Journey to Tlalocan By Craig Kodros, Lisa Lethin, Paul Heller
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Swim underwater to meet the Queen of the Fish. Follow a kernel of corn as it transforms into a gentleman and rides away on a horse. Fly to the faraway land of Tlalocan where frogs grind corn to make... More > tortillas and years are measured in days. The traditional voices of the Mexican people can be heard through their folklore and legends. Folktales of the Nahua presents a collection of tales from traditional Nahua villages located deep in the highlands of central Mexico. Each folktale, or cuento, in this book reveals a world of mystery, intrigue, and ancient knowledge. These stories include ancient beliefs in a world called Tlalocan, the mythical paradise of the Aztec rain god Tlaloc. Some are tales of near-death journeys to Tlalocan and a return to the world of the living. Other stories reflect an indigenous North American origin, including tales of the Coyote and the trickster Rabbit. Still other tales originated in Europe and have been integrated into the oral tradition of Mexico.< Less
Totonaco de la sierra NT By La Liga Bíblica
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El Nuevo Testamento en un idioma de México, Totonaco de la sierra. Ethnologue code: [tos]. The original edition was published in 1959. The second edition was published in 1999. The... More > electronic edition was prepared in 2009.< Less
Totonaco de Xicotepec de Juárez NT By La Liga Bíblica
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El Nuevo Testamento en un idioma de México, Totonaco de Xicotepec de Juárez. Ethnologue code: [too]. The original edition was published in 1978. The electronic edition was prepared... More > in 2009.< Less
Totonaco de Papantla NT By La Liga Bíblica
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El Nuevo Testamento en un idioma de México, Totonaco de Papantla. Ethnologue code: [top]. The original edition was published in 1979. The second edition was published in 1985. The Lulu... More > edition was prepared in 2009.< Less
Totonaco de Xicotepec de Juárez NT By La Liga Bíblica
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El Nuevo Testamento en un idioma de México, Totonaco de Xicotepec de Juárez. Ethnologue code: [too]. The original edition was published in 1978. The electronic edition was prepared... More > in 2009.< Less