Corachol–Aztecan languages

Corachol–Aztecan languages
Linguistic classification: Uto-Aztecan
  • Southern
    • Corachol–Aztecan

The Corachol–Aztecan languages are languages of the Uto-Aztecan language family of Central Mexico. They include Cora and Huichol on the one hand and Pochutec and the various Nahuatl dialects on the other.

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