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Freelang Q'anjob'al-English dictionary

Q'anjob'al, also known as Kanjobal, is a Mayan language spoken primarily in Guatemala and in parts of Mexico. In 1998 it was estimated that there were around 78,000 native speakers of Q’anjob’al dwelling mainly in the Huehuetenango Department of Guatemala and another 9,000 living in Mexico. Because of an ongoing effort to preserve native languages in Guatemala, Q'anjob'al is taught in public schools there. There are also large communities of Q’anjob’al speakers in several states of the USA. It is very similar to the Mayan Mam, but Mam speakers and Q’anjob’al speakers cannot understand each other. The main similarity is grammatical.



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Word list information

This dictionary was made by J D Young.

List status: © J D Young

Q'anjob'al > English: 2,323 words
English > Q'anjob'al: 2,951 words

Last update: October 19, 2017
First upload: May 20, 2017



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