Oto-Manguean

or O·to·man·gue·an

[ oh-toh-mahng-gee-uhn, -mang- ]
/ ˌoʊ toʊˈmɑŋ gi ən, -ˈmæŋ- /

noun

a family of American Indian languages spoken in central and southern Mexico, including Mixtec, Zapotec, and Otomi.

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Origin of Oto-Manguean

Oto(mian) a subgroup that includes Otomi + Manguean another subgroup; compare Spanish otomangue

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