Cajonos Zapotec New Testament / Dillꞌ wen dillꞌ Kob C̱he Jesucrístonaꞌ (ZADNT) / Mexico / Chiapas Zoque is a dialect cluster of Zoquean languages indigenous to southern Mexico
Cajonos Zapotec New Testament
Dillꞌ wen dillꞌ Kob C̱he Jesucrístonaꞌ (ZADNT)
- Paperback: 378 pages
- Publisher: Digital Bible Society (August 23, 2017) / Wycliffe Bible Translators
- Language: Cajonos Zapotec
- ISBN-10: 1531307396
- ISBN-13: 978-1531307394
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 1 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
John 3:16 San Juan
’Daa ḻe chakchgayi Chioza' beṉ' yell-lioni, bseḻee Xiiṉe'na' tlish' tyaj kwenc̱he nottez beṉ' gonḻilalleene' bi kwiayee, san gat' yeḻ' mban c̱he' zejḻi kaṉi.
Chiapas Zoque is a dialect cluster of Zoquean languages indigenous to southern Mexico (Wichmann 1995). The three varieties, Francisco León (about 20,000 speakers in 1990), Copainalá (about 10,000), and Rayón (about 2,000), are named after the towns they are spoken in, though residents of Francisco León were relocated after their town was buried in the eruption of El Chichón Volcano in 1982. Francisco León and Copainalá are 83% mutually intelligible according to Ethnologue.
|(30,000–35,000 cited 1990 census)
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