Western Alta Mixtec

[aka Itundujia Mixtec, Eastern Putla Mixtec, Mixteco de Santa ...]

Classification: Otomanguean



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Itundujia Mixtec, Eastern Putla Mixtec, Mixteco de Santa Cruz Itundujia, Santa Lucía Monteverde Mixtec, Mixteco de Santa Lucía Monteverde, Mixteco de Yosonotú, Southwestern Tlaxiaco Mixtec, Mixteco de Santiago Nuyoo, Mixteco del suroeste de Tlaxiaco, Nuyoo Mixtec, Southeastern Ocotepec Mixtec, Atatláhuca Mixtec, Mixteco de San Esteban Atatláhuca, San Esteban Atatláhuca Mixteco, South Central Tlaxiaco Mixtec, Ocotepec Mixtec, Mixteco de Santo Tomás Ocotepec, Mixteco de Sierra Sur Noroeste, Ocotepec Mixtec, Santo Tomás Ocotepec Mixtec, San Miguel el Grande Mixtec, Chalcatongo Mixtec, Mixteco de San Pedro Molinos, Mixteco del Sur Bajo, Yosondúa Mixtec, Mixteco de Santiago Yosondúa, Southern Tlaxiaco Mixtec, Yucuañe Mixtec, Mixteco de San Bartolomé Yucuañe, Mixteco del sureste central, Sinicahua Mixtec, Mixteco de San Antonio Sinicahua, San Juan Teita Mixtec, Mixteco de San Juan Teita, Teita Mixtec, Tijaltepec Mixtec, Mixteco de San Pablo Tijaltepec, Mixteco de Santa María Yosoyúa, Magdalena Peñasco Mixtec, Northern Tlaxiaco Mixtec, Mixteco de San Juan Ñumí, Mixteco del norte de Tlaxiaco, Ñumí Mixtec, Tacahua Mixtec, Mixteco de Santa Cruz Tacahua, Mixteco del sur medio

Otomanguean, Mixtecan

ISO 639-3

mce, mdv, meh, mib, mie, mig, mpm, mvg, xti, xtj, xtl, xtm, xtn, xtt

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Note on Mixtec languages: The system of classification adopted here follows the most detailed linguistic survey of Mixtec languages yet undertaken (Josserand 1983). While other sources, such as Ethnologue (18th edition), may include as many as 52 varieties of "Mixtec", the Catalogue of Endangered Languages identifies 12 distinct Mixtec languages.

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