Ayotzintepec language

Language name: Ayotzintepec
ISO Language Name: Ozumacín Chinantec [chz]
Language State: Verified
GRN Language Number: 8809
IETF Language Tag: chz-x-HIS08809
ROLV (ROD) Language Variety Code: 08809

Audio recordings available in Ayotzintepec

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Audio/Video from other sources

New Testament - Chinantec, Ozumacin - (La Liga Biblica)
Scripture resources - Chinantec, Ozumacín - (Scripture Earth)
The New Testament - Chinantec de Ozumacin - (Faith Comes By Hearing)

Other names for Ayotzintepec

Chinantec de Ayotzintepec
Chinantec, Ozumacin: Ayotzintepec

Where Ayotzintepec is spoken


Languages related to Ayotzintepec

Information about Ayotzintepec

Other information: Ozumacin Chinantec is so named for originally it was a single town where that variant of Chinantec was spoken. In the 1950s a small group of people established another town lower in the valley to the east, the town of Ayotzintepec. After that another group of people formed a town in the valley to the west - Santiago Progreso. So there are now three towns that speak the very same variant. There is a recording of the Gospel of John and I will try to find the website where that is posted and forward it to you. Here is the link to the Gospel of John recording. I should have said explicitly in my previous message that the Ozumancin Chinantec language is now spoken in 3 towns: Ozumacin, Ayotzintepec and Progreso. God Bless. http://www.scriptureearth.org/00i-Scripture_Index.php?sortby=lang&name=chz&ISO_5digits=00000

Population: 7,333

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