|South Highland Mixe|
|(5,000 cited 1991)|
South Highland Mixe consists of a core dialect, spoken in the towns of Tlahuitoltepec, San Pedro y San Pablo Ayutla, and Tamazulapan, with divergent dialects in Tepuxtepec, Tepantlali, and Mixistlán. It is a polysynthetic language with head marking and an inverse system (Romero-Méndez 2008).
- Romero-Méndez, Rodrigo. 2008. A Reference Grammar of Ayutla Mixe (Tukyo’m Ayuujk). Ph.D. dissertation: University at Buffalo, the State University of New York.
- ELAR archive of Ayutla Mixe language documentation materials
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