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Otopamean Family

Chichimeca Jonaz, Mazahua, Otomi, Pame, Ocuilteco, Matlatzinca

The Otopame family includes various languages. Chichimeco Jonaz is spoken in the state of Guanajuato. Mazahua is spoken in Michoacan. Otomi includes six languages that are spoken in the states of Puebla, Veracruz, Queretaro, Hidalgo, and Tlaxcala. Pame is spoken in the state of San Luis Potosi, while Matlatzinca and Ocuilteco are spoken in the state of Mexico.


Map of Mexico Map: where the Otopamean family languages are spoken
Specific varieties of languages in the Otopamean Family
Name Materials
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Ethnologue entries
Chichimeco Jonaz book pei
Central Mazahua book maz
Michoacán Mazahua book mmc
Eastern Highland Otomi book otm
Estado de México Otomi book ots
Ixtenco Otomi book otz
Mezquital Otomi book ote
Querétaro Otomi book otq
Temoaya Otomi book ott
Tenango Otomi book otn
Texcatepec Otomi book otx
Tilapa Otomi book otl
Central Pame book pbs
Northern Pame book pmq
Southern Pame (Extinct) book pmz
Atzingo Matlatzinca book ocu
San Francisco Matlatzinca book mat
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