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The Mixe languages are languages of the Mixean branch of the Mixe–Zoquean language family indigenous to southern Mexico. According to a 1995 classification, there are seven of them (including one that is extinct). The four that are spoken in Oaxaca are commonly called Mixe while their two relatives spoken in Veracruz are commonly called "Popoluca", but sometimes also Mixe (these are "Oluta Popoluca" or "Olutec Mixe" and "Sayula Popoluca" or "Sayultec Mixe"). This article is about the Oaxaca Mixe languages, which their speakers call Ayuujk, Ayüük or Ayuhk.

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  • Lenguas mixeanas
  • Mixe languages
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  • Михе (язык)
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  • Las lenguas mixeanas (o mijeanas) constituyen una de las dos ramas de la familia mixe-zoque localizadas en el sur de México. Las lenguas de esta rama se hablan principalmente en Oaxaca donde se denominan propiamnete mixe y también en Veracruz donde se les denomina popoluca. El término popoluca es un tanto confuso porque existe una lengua de la rama zoqueana que también se denomina popoluca. Anterior en Chiapas se habló el tapachulteco que era otra lengua independiente de la rama mixe.
  • Le lingue mixe sono un gruppo di lingue che formano uno dei rami fondamentali della famiglia linguistica delle lingue mixe-zoque, indigene del Messico meridionale.
  • The Mixe languages are languages of the Mixean branch of the Mixe–Zoquean language family indigenous to southern Mexico. According to a 1995 classification, there are seven of them (including one that is extinct). The four that are spoken in Oaxaca are commonly called Mixe while their two relatives spoken in Veracruz are commonly called "Popoluca", but sometimes also Mixe (these are "Oluta Popoluca" or "Olutec Mixe" and "Sayula Popoluca" or "Sayultec Mixe"). This article is about the Oaxaca Mixe languages, which their speakers call Ayuujk, Ayüük or Ayuhk.
  • Михе (Mixe, Oaxaca Mixean) — языки михейской (михе) ветви языков коренных народов михе-соке, распространённых в Южной Мексике. Согласно классификации 1995 года, из них выделяется 7 языков (в том числе один вымерший). На 4 языках говорят в штате Оахака, обычно называются михе, в то время как двое их родственников распространены в штате Веракрус и обычно называются «пополуками», но иногда также михе («олутанский пополукский» или «олутекский михе» и «саютланский пополукский» или «саюльтекский михе»).
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  • Las lenguas mixeanas (o mijeanas) constituyen una de las dos ramas de la familia mixe-zoque localizadas en el sur de México. Las lenguas de esta rama se hablan principalmente en Oaxaca donde se denominan propiamnete mixe y también en Veracruz donde se les denomina popoluca. El término popoluca es un tanto confuso porque existe una lengua de la rama zoqueana que también se denomina popoluca. Anterior en Chiapas se habló el tapachulteco que era otra lengua independiente de la rama mixe.
  • Le lingue mixe sono un gruppo di lingue che formano uno dei rami fondamentali della famiglia linguistica delle lingue mixe-zoque, indigene del Messico meridionale.
  • The Mixe languages are languages of the Mixean branch of the Mixe–Zoquean language family indigenous to southern Mexico. According to a 1995 classification, there are seven of them (including one that is extinct). The four that are spoken in Oaxaca are commonly called Mixe while their two relatives spoken in Veracruz are commonly called "Popoluca", but sometimes also Mixe (these are "Oluta Popoluca" or "Olutec Mixe" and "Sayula Popoluca" or "Sayultec Mixe"). This article is about the Oaxaca Mixe languages, which their speakers call Ayuujk, Ayüük or Ayuhk. 133,000 people reported their language to be "Mixe" in the 2010 census. A few thousand of the 41,000 who reported their language to be "Popoluca" are presumably Sayula Popoluca (Mixe).
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