Atzingo Matlatzinca language
The Matlatzinca language, also called Tlahuica or Ocuiltec, is an indigenous language of Mexico spoken by the Matlatzinca people in the southern part of the State of Mexico. It is an Oto-Manguean language of the Oto-Pamean subgroup. The name of the language in the language itself is pjiekak'joo, "The language that I speak".
The Matlatzinca language has two subgroups or dialects that are mutually unintelligible: one called Ocuiltec or Tlahuica and Matlatzinca proper. While originally one language they are now so removed that they are often considered separate languages. Matlatzinca is spoken by around 1000, mostly elderly people in San Francisco Oxtotilpa, and Ocuiltec/Tlahuica spoken by around 400 in Ocuilan municipio in the villages San Juan Atzingo and Santa Lucía del Progreso.
Because of the extremely small population and the unfavourable age structure, the Matlatzincan languages are considered to be highly endangered. In the 2000 census, only 26 persons under the age of 20 were registered as speakers of Ocuiltec.
In 2001, together with 62 other languages, it was recognised by a statutory law of Mexico as an official language in the Mexican Federal District and the other administrative divisions in which it is spoken, and on an equal footing with Spanish.

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Matlatzinca, Atzingo language and dialect information. Audio Bible stories and lessons. Download free evangelism resources, MP3s, audio bible study tools, ...
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Matlatzinca, Atzingo in Mexico Ethnic People Profile - Joshua Project
The Matlatzinca, Atzingo in Mexico: A detailed ethnic people profile with photo, map, text, statistics ... Primary Language: Matlatzinca, Atzingo (100 Speakers).
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Matlatzinca language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Atzingo Matlatzinca ... Diccionario matlatzinca - espanol ... The Structure of Ocuilteco (Grammar, Otomanguean Languages, Meso American Languages, Mexico).
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Matlatzinca (also spelled Matlatzinga), a name derived from the Nahuatl designation for an ... The boundaries of this area reflect the distribution of languages of the Otopamean branch of .... 50-100 in Ocuilan municipio in the villages San Juan Atzingo and Santa Lucía del Progreso. ... March 2001 Oxford University Press.
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Es conveniente resaltar la importancia del estudio lingüístico que realizaron los autores sobre el matlatzinca de San Francisco Oxtotilpan única comunidad de esta lengua que, rodeada de pueblos de habla nahua, ha conservado no sólo el idioma sino también su cultura. Los resultados de la investigación, que durante años han llevado a cabo Escalante y...
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