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HUASTECO, SAN LUIS POTOSI ( Potosino Huastec )

Spoken by 70,000 people in 12 villages in the state of San Luís Potosí, Mexico.
Linguistic Lineage for Huastec, San Luís Potosí
Language maps of Mexico, reference # 32
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Lord's Prayer
Lord's Prayer

Source: "An it jilchith cau c’al i Ajatic Jesucristo" - El Nuevo Testamento en el huasteco de San Luis Potosí – The New Testament in Huasteco de San Luis Potosí, a language of Mexico.

La Liga Bíblica 1M primera edición 1971 (hva)
La Liga Bíblica versión electrónica 2010

The New Testament in Huasteco de San Luis Potosi in PDF format

Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl – E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

Another version

I Tata ti eb i c'ac'nanchal a bij.
Quit chich ca t'aja' tit lej Ts'ale teje' tsabal.
Quin t'ajchi jaye an inicchic a culbetal teje'
tsabal jant'ini' tu lej t'ajnal a culbetal tihua' ti eb.
Tucu pithanchi qui c'apu jant'ots i yejenchal axe' xa q'uicha.
Tucu paculanchi i hualab cum i paculanchal jitats tucu t'ajchi i hualabtalab.
Tucu lotocna' abal yab cu c'ale jun ti cu hualbin.
Tucu jec'ontha' c'al an teneclab.
Tata'its expith it lej pulic Ts'ale.
A cua'al a lej tsap ani a ts'alat axi ne'ets ca ohuey abal ets'ey.
Amén.

Source: "An It Jilchich Cau" - The New Testament in Huasteco de San Luis Potosí published by Biblioteca Mexicana del Hogar.
Contributed by Pat Goltz - E-mail pgoltz@nexiliscom.com

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