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Tzeltal is a Mayan language spoken in the Mexican state of Chiapas, mostly in the municipalities of Ocosingo, Altamirano, Huixtán, Tenejapa, Yajalón, Chanal, Sitalá, Amatenango del Valle, Socoltenango, Villa las Rosas, Chilón, San Juan Cancun, San Cristóbal de las Casas and Oxchuc. It is a living language with some 215,145 speakers, including a number of monolinguals.
Most linguists distinguish between six dialects of the language named after the regions in Chiapas where they are primarily spoken. The dialects are Bachajón Tzeltal, Ocosingo Tzeltal, Oxchuc Tzeltal, Tenejapa Tzeltal, Amatenango Tzeltal and Awacatenango Tzeltal. The first two dialects form a dialectal group called Lowland Tzeltal, while the others form a dialectal group called Highland Tzeltal.
Tzeltal forms, together with the Tzotzil language, a sub-branch of the Mayan languages, called Tzeltalan, which again forms a sub-branch called Cholan-Tzeltalan, together with the Ch'ol languages, Chontal, Ch'ol and Ch'orti'. All these languages are the most spoken Mayan languages in Chiapas today. Historically, the branches are believed to have split about 1,400 years ago. Also, some researchers believe that the Tzeltal language has been spoken as far away as in Guatemala.
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