Michoacán Nahuatl Language New Testament / Ilajtulisli Yancuic toTata Jesucristo (NCLTBL) / New Testament in Mixtec, Michoacán / Mexico
Michoacán Nahuatl Language New Testament
Ilajtulisli Yancuic toTata Jesucristo (NCLTBL)
New Testament in Mixtec, Michoacán
- Paperback: 622 pages
- Publisher: Digital Bible Society (August 9, 2017) / Wycliffe Bible Translators
- Language: Michoacán Nahuatl
- ISBN-10: 1531304737
- ISBN-13: 978-1531304737
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.6 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds
John 3:16 SAN JUAN
’Unca pampa Dios quinnequic míac moxtin yehuanten pin lalticpan. Huan yoje unca quinami quinnequic: Quitemacac ixolol, in se san hual quipía, quitemacac pa miquis, pa yoje aqui yes quilalía ilaneltocalisli ca yihual, yoje in se amo polehuis pa yajmo yulis ca yihual. Huan amo inon san. Noje canas Dios iyulilisli hual amo quiman lamis.
Michoacán Nahuatl is the name given to a variety of Nahuatl language spoken by the Nahua Michoacan on the Pacific Coast of Mexico in Michoacán. It is a dialect of Nahuatl, a language of the Uto-Aztecan trunk. It is the westernmost variant of this language, although the Uto-Aztecan family is spread further north, central, south and east. It has around 9000 speakers which mainly reside in rural communities in the municipalities of Aquila, Apatzingán Pomaro and Maruata in Michoacán de Ocampo, which coexist with the Purepecha language speakers. The Michoacan Nahuatl is one of many Nahua dialects, notably with regard to the central dialects where they have tl on words, usually Michoacan. For example, "man" in Central Nahuatl says tlacatl and Michoacan Nahuatl is lacal.
|Region||Maruata Pómaro, Michoacán|
|(3,000 cited 1990 census)
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