Ch’orti’ language resources – Language Links Database
This Classic Maya language is also attested in a number of inscriptions made in regions whose inhabitants most likely spoke a different Mayan language variant, including the ancestor of Yukatek Maya. Ch’orti’ is the modern version of the ancient Mayan language Ch’olan (which was actively used and most popular between the years of A.D 250 and 850).
More information: Wikipedia
Native speakers: 30,000 (2000)
Native to: Guatemala, Honduras
Ch’orti’ Grammar and Pronunciation
- Wikipedia - a Short Ch’orti’ Vocabulary List