Huichol (Wixárika Niukiyari)

Huichol is an Uto-Aztecan language spoken in mainly in the Mexican state of Jalisco, and also in Nayarit, Zacatecas, Puebla and Durango. In 2010 there were 45,000 speakers of Huichol, which is also known as Vixaritari Vaniuqui, and Vizaritari Vaniuki.

Huichol is recognized as a national language in Mexico. It is used on one radio station, and there is a music group that writes songs in Huichol.

Huichol alphabet and pronunciation

Huichol alphabet and pronunciation

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Uto-Aztecan languages

Comanche, Cora, Hopi, Huarijio, Huichol, Ivilyuat / Cahuilla, Kawaiisu, Luiseño, Mayo, Mono, O'odham, Nahuatl, Nawat (Pipil), Northern Paiute, Serrano, Shoshone, Southern Paiute, Tarahumara, Tepehuán (Northern), Tepehuán (Southeastern), Tepehuán (Southwestern), Timbisha, Tongva, Yaqui

Languages written with the Latin alphabet

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