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Q’anjob’al is a Mayan language spoken primarily in Guatemala and part of Mexico. According to 1998 estimates compiled by SIL International in Ethnologue, there were approximately 77,700 native speakers, primarily in the Huehuetenango Department of Guatemala.
Q’anjob’al is a member of the Q’anjob’alan branch of the Mayan language family. The Mayan language family includes 31 languages, two of which are now extinct. The Q’anjob’alan branch includes not only Q’anjob’al itself but also Chuj, Akatek, and Jakaltek, also spoken in Guatemala. The Q’anjob’alan languages are noted for being among the most conservative of the Mayan language family, although they do include some interesting innovations.
Q’anjob’al consists of 26 consonant sounds and 5 vowel sounds. The letters of the alphabet are as follows:
a, b', ch, ch', d, e, h, i, j, k, k', l, m, n, o, p, q, q', r, s, t, t', tx, tx', tz, tz', u, w, x, xh, y, and ' (glottal stop).
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