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Honduras Launches Online Dictionary of Indigenous Languages
Written by Silvia VinasTranslated by Silvia Viñas On 28 February 2014 @ 13:48 pm | 3 Comments
In Citizen Media, Honduras, Indigenous, Language, Latin America, Quick Reads, Spanish
A dictionary of Honduran indigenous languages was recently released online [es].
Honduran newspaper Tiempo  [es] explains that this dictionary “registers the equivalent [words] in Spanish, chortí, garífuna, isleño, miskito, pech, tawahka and tolupán, languages that make up the country's linguistic heritage.”
For example, a search for the Spanish word for bead, “pan ” [es], gives the following result:
Baked food made with flour.
P. síra arinayoka.
Ta. wan busna / brit.
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 online : http://ccet-aecid.hn/diccionarios/?s=
 Tiempo: http://www.tiempo.hn/portada/noticias/honduras-cuenta-con-el-primer-diccionario-de-lenguas-indigenas
 pan: http://ccet-aecid.hn/diccionarios/lenguas/pan/
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