Huehuetla Tepehua is a Totonacan language spoken by about 1,500 people in the municipality of Huehuetla in the northeast of Hidalgo State in central Mexico, and also in Mecalapa in Puebla State.
There are a number of ways to write Huehuetla Tepehua with the Latin alphabet. The one shown below is used in the Diccionario tepehua: Huehuetla, Hidalgo by Alberto Avilés Cortés (2012). There is a translation of the Bible in this language.
Ju makꞌanchich ixꞌalin lakꞌatam venkꞌen ju ma va ixtapalai. Chai ma ixꞌalin pumatam tsꞌalh ju ma lana kꞌox quilhoatiniꞌ ixjunita. Para ju anuꞌ tsꞌalh ma ixꞌalin pumatam ixꞌasqꞌuininti ju ma lanach va cꞌus ixjunita.
A long time ago a frog was turned into a girl. There was also a boy who was really poor, but that boy had a girlfriend who was very beautiful.
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