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|Region||Oaxaca, one town in Veracruz|
|Native speakers||7,400 (2000)|
Usila is a Chinantec language of Mexico. It is most similar to Tlacoatzintepec Chinantec, with which it has 50% intelligibility (intelligibility in the reverse direction is 85%, presumably due to greater familiarity in that direction).