Yucatecan languages

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Yucatecan
Geographic
distribution
Mesoamerica
Linguistic classificationMayan
  • Yucatecan
Subdivisions
  • Mopan–Itza
  • Yucatec–Lacandon
Glottologyuca1252
Yucatecan map.svg
Current extent of the Yucatecan languages in Mexico, Belize, and Guatemala

The Yucatecan languages are a branch of the Mayan family of Mexico, Belize, and Guatemala.

Languages[edit]

The Mayan languages in the Yucatecan branch are:

All the Yucatecan languages are closely linked with each other.

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