Synonyms for zapoteco or Related words with zapoteco

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Examples of "zapoteco"
Choápam Zapotec "(Zapoteco de Choápam"; in Veracruz "Zapoteco de San Juan Comaltepec)" is a Zapotec language of Oaxaca, Mexico.
It is also known as San Miguel Zapotec and "Zapoteco de Santa María Coatlán," to distinguish it from "Zapoteco de San Vicente Coatlán."
The Lambityeco name has several possible origins: from zapoteco "Yehui" that translates as Guava River. From "Lambi" corrupted zapoteco of the Spanish word "alambique or still" and of zapoteco "Pityec" that would translate as mound, hence the name would mean "the still mound"
Güilá Zapotec "(Zapoteco de San Pablo Güilá, Zapoteco de San Dionisio Ocotepec)" is a Zapotec language of Oaxaca, Mexico. It is spoken in the town of San Pablo Güilá, Tlacolula District, Oaxaca, Mexico.
The language is also known as Tabehua, Yalina, Zapoteco de San Bartolomé Zoogocho, and Zoogocho.
Petapa Zapotec "(Zapoteco de Santa María Petapa)" is a Zapotecan language of the isthmus of Mexico.
Quiavicuzas Zapotec (Northeastern Yautepec Zapotec, "Zapoteco de San Juan Lachixila") is a Zapotecan language of the isthmus of Mexico.
Lachiguiri Zapotec (Northwestern Tehuantepec Zapotec, "Zapoteco de Santiago Lachiguiri") is a Zapotecan language of the isthmus of Mexico.
Ayoquesco Zapotec (Western Ejutla Zapotec, "Zapoteco de Santa María Ayoquezco)" is a small Zapotec language of Oaxaca, Mexico.
Tlacolula Valley Zapotec or Valley Zapotec, formerly known by the varietal name Guelavia Zapotec ("Zapoteco de San Juan Guelavía") is a Zapotec language of Oaxaca, Mexico.
Ocotlán Zapotec (San Antonio Ocotlán Zapotec, "Ocotlán Oeste Zapotec," "Zapoteco del Poniente de Ocotlán)" is a Zapotec language of Oaxaca, Mexico.
The Mexican government organization INALI recognizes both Yalálag Zapotec and Yatee Zapotec as a variety of Zapotec called Zapoteco serrano, del sureste.
The indigenous inhabitants of this area spoke the Zapoteco language of the western Otomi languages. During the colonial era it was part of the province of Amula.
As of 2005, the municipality had 1,018 households with a total population of 3,858, of whom 1,941 spoke an indigenous language called "Zapoteco".
Zapoteco de Valles, del noreste is a name used by INALI for a variety of Zapotec recognized by the Mexican government. It corresponds to two ISO languages:
Zapoteco de la Sierra sur, noroeste is a name used by INALI for a variety of Zapotec recognized by the Mexican government. It corresponds to three ISO languages:
Zapoteco serrano, del sureste is a name used by INALI for a variety of Zapotec recognized by the Mexican government. It corresponds to two ISO languages:
Chichicapan Zapotec (Eastern Ocotlán Zapotec, "Zapoteco de San Baltazar Chichicápam)" is a Zapotec language of Oaxaca, Mexico. The town's name is spelled as both Chichicápam and Chichicapan.
Yavesía Zapotec, also known as Southeastern Ixtlán Zapotec "(Zapoteco del Sureste de Ixtlán)" and Latuvi Zapotec, is a Zapotec language of Oaxaca, Mexico.
Quioquitani Zapotec, or Quioquitani-Quierí Zapotec "(Zapoteco de Quioquitani y Quierí)," natively "Tiits Së," is a Zapotec language of Oaxaca, Mexico.