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TZOTZIL DE SAN ANDRÉS LARRAINZAR

Spoken by 50,000 people in west central Chiapas, Mexico.
Linguistic Lineage for Tzotzil, San Andrés Larrainzar
Language map of Eastern Central Mexico, reference # 127
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Jtotic Dios ti te oyot ta vinajele,
ac'o me quich'otcutic ta muc' jcotolcutic li' ta balumile.
Ac'o me c'otuc sc'ac'alil chtal apas mantal atuc li' ta balumile.
Ac'o me ja'uc jpascutic li c'usi chac'an li' ta balumile jech chac c'u cha'al li te ta vinajele.
Ac'buncutic talel jve'elcutic li avi c'ac'ale.
Pasbuncutic perton yu'un li jmulcutique jech chac c'u cha'al ta jpasbecutic perton li buch'utic oy smul cu'uncutique.
Mu me xavac'uncutic ta pasel ta canal li ta mulile.
Coltauncutic me. Yu'un jo'ot atuc chapas mantal sbatel osil.
Ech'em atsatsal aju'el.
Jo'ot chaquich'cutic ta muc' stabel osil.
Ja' jech ac'o c'otuc ta pasel jtojolcutic,
xachi xac'opojic li c'alal chataic ta na'el li Diose.

Source: "Ach' Testamento - Tzotzil de San Andrés", published by Liga del Sembrador, A.C. and Liga Biblica Mundial del Hogar
Contributed by Pat Goltz - E-mail pgoltz@nexiliscom.com

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