Uto-Aztecan language

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Many of these words are derived from Uto-Aztecan languages spoken by the Yoemem (Mayo and Yaqui) and the O'odham (Papago and Pima Bajo), but there are just as many others that fell off the tongues of the Cucupa, Opata, and Guarijio.
The Uto-Aztecan languages are spoken as far north as Taos Pueblo near the Colorado border, all the way south to Mexico City.
The diversity of Sapirs interests is beautifully illustrated in the selections found in this volume, which the editor has arranged under several general categories: typology and classification, phonetic orthography, Hokan languages, Uto-Aztecan languages, and Algonquian and Ritwan.
Included in this volume are several studies on Uto-Aztecan languages, as well as on the relationship of two California languages, Wiyot and Yurok, to the large Algonquian family.