In Yancuic Tlahtolsintilil (NHINT)
Nahuatl, Zacatlán-Ahuacatlán-Tepetzintla (nhi) Mexico The population of Nahuatl is approximately 17,100. They live in the region north of Puebla City, Zacatlán. Zacatlán is located at a height of 2,010 meters above sea level in the Sierra Norte de Puebla, on the left bank of the Río Laxaxalpa. The climate is wet, with year-long rains. It is surrounded by the municipalities of Chignahuapán, Aquixtla, Tetela de Ocampo, Cuautempan, Tepetzintla, Ahuacatlán, Chiconcuautla, Ahuazotepec and Huauchinango. The municipality covers a total area of 512.32 km. The dialects of this language are Zacatlán-Ahuacatlán-Tepetzintla Nahuatl, Tlalitzlipa Nahuatl. The language classification is Uto-Aztecan, Southern Uto-Aztecan, Aztecan, General Aztec, and Aztec. The language is spoken by people of all ages. There is mostly a positive language attitude, however, the younger population is changing in some villages. Most Nahuatl also use Spanish, but are more comfortable in Nahuatl. Language development includes Bible portions. The Writing system is in the Latin script. This ISO 639-3 code has undergone a change through the merging of one or more retired code elements.
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