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Totonaco (Filomeno Mata-Coahuitlán) Rosary Prayers
This language is also known as Santo Domingo Totonaco.
This language is spoken by 15,200 people in Jalapa District, State of Veracruz, Mexico.

See also The Work of God's Children page for the illustrated version of prayers in this language.

Our Father / Quin tlatcan é nactiayan huíl
Quin tlatcan é nactiayan huíl, tacollali huacahuanli, õmi,
maocxot, niquiminanin, omintacacehi, tacholacahuanla ó min
phauat, chonles ix cacnitiet, chalchix nactiayan.
Oquin chouhcan la calliyá niquilaix quiuh ya no huc, caquilamatzancaniuh
quin ta callitcan, chonles ó quitnan la matzancani
yauh, ó quin ta la callaniyan, ca a la quilam actaxtoyauh
nacaliyogni chontacholaca huanla. Jesus.

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