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Vocabulario Mixe de Totontepec By Alvin y Louise C. Schoenhals
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This bilingual vocabulary (with approximately 6000 entries) includes the majority of the most common words in the Totontepec Mixe language (Oaxaca, Mexico). The entries in both the Mixe–Spanish... More > and Spanish–Mixe sections include translation equivalents with different senses and subentries for derived forms. Following the body of the vocabulary, there is an appendix with notes on the grammar and two appendices that provide focus on specific semantic domains: kinship terms and terms for flora and fauna.< Less
DICCIONARIO MIXE DE COATLÁN By Searle Hoogshagen Noordsy, Hilda Halloran de Hoogshagen
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This bilingual dictionary (with approximately 5000 entries) includes the majority of the most common words in the Coatlán Mixe language (Oaxaca, Mexico). The entries in both the... More > Mixe–Spanish and Spanish–Mixe sections include parts of speech, translation equivalents with different senses and subentries for derived forms. There are also illustrative sentences in the Mixe–Spanish section. Following the body of the dictionary, there is a separately authored grammar (75 pages) and appendices that provide focus on particular semantic domains: parts of the body, hours of the day and night, terms of measurement, colors and names of flora and fauna.< Less
DICCIONARIO POPOLUCA DE LA SIERRA, VERACRUZ By Benjamin F. Elson, Donaciano Gutiérrez G.
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Sierra Popoluca is a Mixe-Zoque language spoken in southern Veracruz. It resembles the Zoque language of Chiapas more than the Mixe languages of Oaxaca. The dictionary contains approximately 3,500... More > words in the Popoluca vocabulary and 2,000 in the Spanish index. There is a brief grammatical sketch; for more information consult the Gramática Popoluca de la Sierra, no. 6 in the series of grammars on Mexican Indian languages. The dictionary is based on the speech of co-author Domaciano Gutiérrrez, who worked with Ben Elson over the years. The example sentences were supplied by Mr. Gutiérrrez. There is a map which shows the many towns where Popluca is spoken.< Less