Lealao Chinantec Language New Testament / Ja̱³la³ fáh⁴dxa⁴²dxú⁴ hi³mɨɨ³² chiáh² Ñúh³a² Jesucristo; Salmos (CLENT) / Mexico
Lealao Chinantec Language New Testament
Ja̱³la³ fáh⁴dxa⁴²dxú⁴ hi³mɨɨ³² chiáh² Ñúh³a² Jesucristo; Salmos (CLENT)
The Chinantec language spoken in the town of San Juan Lealao, Oaxaca, is also spoken in the towns of Tres Arroyos and Hondura.The inhabitants of San Juan Lealao had to travel progressively greater distances in the 20th century to find sufficient land to farm. Before the beginning of the 21st century, the small settlements towards the east and south of San Juan Lealao came to be the towns of Tres Arroyos and Hondura. Hondura is the smallest of these three towns, and the combined population is approximately 2000. There are also a few speakers of this language who live in Latani and Santa María Yahuivé.
The speakers of this language refer to it as fáh⁴jmii⁴², which probably means ‘plain (i.e., straightforward) speech’.
- Paperback: 494 pages
- Publisher: Digital Bible Society (June 15, 2017) / Wycliffe Bible Translators
- Language: Lealao Chinantec
- ISBN-10: 1531301541
- ISBN-13: 978-1531301545
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.2 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
John 3:16 San Juan
’Hi²xiáh³ niaá² Dios nɨ³ nieéy² diáh⁴ dsa³ jmɨɨyh⁴²güii³, hi³ja̱³ gá⁴cuóy² Ja̱á̱² gu³xɨ³ ba² ja̱y³ ba² xe̱y³, duh³ hi³ hí⁴dsá⁴taáy³ chiáh², ca̱á̱h³ tiaah² ba² xe̱y³, há⁴hé³ máh⁴ hí⁴jú̱y³.
Lealao (Chinanteco de San Juan Lealao), also known as Latani, is the most divergent of the Chinantecan languages of Mexico. It is spoken in northeast Oaxaca, in the towns of San Juan Lealao, Latani, Tres Arroyos, and La Hondura.
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