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The Totonacan family includes various languages or varieties that have been called either Totonac or Tepehua—names that represent two branches in the family. The languages are spoken in the states of Puebla, Hidalgo, and Veracruz.
In recent years, strong evidence has been published that links the Mixe-Zoquean family of languages with the Totonacan family (the Totozoquean stock).
- Dictionaries and grammar published by ILV, A.C.
Items by other publishers
- Diccionario tepehua: Huehuetla, Hidalgo
- Topics in Tepehua grammar
- "Transitivity, constructions, and the projection of argument structure in RRG"
- "Tepehua verb morphology, operator scope, and the encoding of arguments"
- "Forma y función en la morfología verbal de segunda personal en tepehua"