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Christian Audio Resource Directory

This resource directory includes Bible, New Testament, scripture portions and music recordings on audio cassettes in many languages.

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Audio Book Evangelism, Verwer-Style

George Verwer, founder of Operation Mobilization, and Spear Books are putting together a new strategy using Digital Content for both evangelism and spiritual nourishment. The vision is to see Audio Books become a major player in influencing people around the world. Information can be found at . (Click on "Audio Books".) Missionaries can also register as "Reps" and earn commissions as well.

Audio Copies Of The Bible

Check out, which offers free MP3s of the Bible for download in a variety of languages (including English, Hindi, Tagalog, Urdu, Slovak, Spanish, Mandarin, and Cantonese). You can download them and burn CDs or you can order them from

(This info comes from "Network-news". To subscribe, write to:

Audio Resource Guide

from the AUDIO COMMUNICATIONS TRACK / AD2000 & Beyond Movement

This is one of the best web pages for the use of audio cassettes in ministry. Please go to their web page to find the links below.





Please go to the web site to access the links below.

1. Audio Scripture Ministries
2. Aurora Ministries/Bible Alliance
3. Bible Pathway Ministries
4. Center for Illiterate Outreach (ICI University)
5. Global Recordings Network
6. Hosanna
7. International Mission Board (SBC)
8. Lutheran Bible Translators, Inc.
9. M/E International, Inc.
10. Scriptures in Use
11. Summer Institute of Linguistics (WBT)
12. United Bible Societies

Audio Scriptures International

PO Box 640634, Escondido, CA 92046
Tel: 760 745 8105 - Fax: 760 745 8150



Audio Scriptures International (ASI), founded in California in 1989, now has its beautiful Portrait of Jesus arrangement of Scriptures from the Gospels and the "God's Powerful Savior" arrangement from Luke available from its web site in 85 different languages.

At you can listen to these in Real Audio or MP3 player in whatever language best communicates for the listener. Many have said that these arrangements are to the audio world what the Jesus Film is to the visual. ASI also has its most recent recording, the new translation of the New Testament in Albanian posted in Real Audio and MP3. The entire Bible in Chinese Mandarin and in Russian is scheduled to become available in Real Audio soon. ASI has entire New Testaments available in audio in some 200 languages and individual books in another 125 languages. You can find all of these listed in their web site catalog.

Technical Center:

Audio Scripture Ministries

760 Waverly Rd. , Holland MI 49423 USA
Contact: Ted Zondervan
Phone: 616/396-5291 - Fax 616/396-5394
Web site:

Description of Ministry: Our overall purpose under God's direction is to use all means at our disposal to foster the availability of God's Word in audio form to all people in their heart language, where available.
Products, Services and Languages: Audio cassettes of recorded Scripture including the entire New Testament, portions of the Old Testament, Gospels and specially formatted Scripture on cassette for evangelism. Equipment and training for overseas recording in Asia and Africa. Scripture on cassette in 260+ languages; New Testament in 176+ languages.

ASM's Technical Support Center offers expertise in field and studio recording methods, equipment, and the nonprofit sale of audio and recording equipment.

"...we hear them in our own tongues declaring the mighty acts of God."Acts 2:llb

Bible Alliance / Aurora Ministries

P.O. Box 621, Bradenton, Florida 34206 USA
Contact: Daniel Madison or Steve Mattson
Phone: 941/748-3031 - Fax: 941/748-2625
free New Testament on cassette for the blind

Scripture Cassettes for the Blind

Description of Ministry: The worldwide ministry of Bible Alliance is directed to the visually and physically impaired who cannot read regular printed material because of their impairment. The Bible on audio cassette is provided FREE on an individual basis to this special group of people. A free hand-cranked player may be obtained for use in areas where electricity is unavailable. The only requirement for these resources is a certification of the impairment.

Additionally, an audio tape ministry is available to prison chaplains, whereby resources are provided free of charge to chaplains to use in their ministry. Ministry goals include reaching those who cannot "read" regular printed material with the Word of God in a form that is usable to them. Products, Services and Languages: 50 languages are available, and the number increases regularly. Also Bible messages and studies in audio and prison chaplain services.


Have you visited Bible Gateway recently? Gospelcom's Bible resource receives over 205,000 page views per day! In April, there were over 6 million page views. Don't forget that you can link to any of the different versions and other language Bibles at the Gateway, either to:

- one verse
- a short passage
- several different selected verses within a chapter
- a whole chapter

More exciting developments are due on the site soon. Bible Gateway is always open to consider carrying additional translations in new languages, or professional-quality audio recordings for RealAudio streaming.

Bible Pathway Ministries

PO Box 1515, Murfreesboro TN 37133-1515 USA
Contact: Dr. John A. Hash or Secretary Karen Hawkins
Phone: 615/896-4243 - Fax: 615/893-1744
Web Site:

Devotional/Commentary Cassettes and Videos

Description of Ministry: Monthly, Bible Pathway Ministries produces a devotional/commentary for each day designed to go through the entire Bible in one year by spending 15 minutes per day. Each day's devotional is narrated on cassettes both for radio broadcasts or personal use. The devotionals are appropriate for evangelizing and discipling.

Goal and Focus: To provide a guide to easily follow and understand all the Scriptures, which are the only infallible God-given instructions for life, to prepare us to be the persons God wants us to be in order to accomplish His purposes.

Products, Services and Languages: God's Word, The Power of Successful Living cassette and video; In the Bible Lands cassette and video, The Indestructible Book (a history of the English Bible) cassette and video, The Bible and Bible Pathway for Busy Believers on 16 cassettes, Bible Pathway daily devotional/commentary on two cassettes monthly, available in four quarterly albums. Daily devotional public service spots in five minute segments in Arabic, English, Hindi and Urdu.

BLI (formerly Bible Literature International)
BLI is partnering with an agency to provide 10,000 "talking tracts" in the different languages. "It's about the size of an audiocassette tape," says BLI's Brad Quicksall. "There are no moving parts. It's done with a microchip, and it's solar powered. It has a 20 minute message on it that presents Christianity and an opportunity to tune into a radio station where they can hear more.". "It's a great tool, particularly where you have people who may not be literate," he says.

Center for Illiterate Outreach (ICI University) 6300 N Belt Line Rd., Irving TX 76053 USA
Contact: John Merrell
Phone: 972/751-1111 - Fax: 972/714-8185

Evangelistic and Devotional Cassettes
Pictures - Media Training - Manual

Description of Ministry: The Center for Illiterate Outreach (CIO) is a division of ICI University, which has offices in more than 120 countries, servicing students in 165 countries. The CIO is dedicated to reaching out to those who cannot read the Word by using every means available to evangelize and disciple nonreaders worldwide. Audio cassette courses, based on the ICI curriculum, are the core of the program. Recently, the use of simple concept pictures (Scriptpix) to help the illiterate memorize key scripture has been integrated into the audio courses.

(1) Be a resource,
(2) produce specialized materials,
(3) provide field- based training for those working with the illiterate.

Information and Materials:

Two evangelism and three discipleship courses
with accompanying Scriptpix are available (12 more planned). Six 15-minute video evangelism programs are available in more than 30 languages.


Audio cassettes available in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Guarani, More, Swahili, Maa, Hindi, Bengali, Oriya, Nepali, Telegu, Indonesian, Javanese, Shuar and others in production.

Chinese Audio Bible Cd-Rom

The Chinese Ministry at Lutheran Hour Ministries has just completed a Chinese Audio Bible CD-Rom which contains the standard Mandarin reading of the whole Bible in Chinese. The CD-Rom can be played on computers with browser software or mp3 compatible players. The table of contents will be displayed automatically when the CD is loaded so that readers can choose any book to listen to. To request a free copy, please visit the web site above or email your name and address to:

Faith Comes By Hearing Hosanna

2421 Aztec Road NE, Albuquerque, NM 87107-9987
Phone 505-881-3321 - Toll Free 800-545-6552 - 505-881-1681 fax

Firefighters for Christ 4 Santa Maria

Foothill Ranch, CA 92610 USA

audio tape catalog, distributes audio tapes free of charge
testimony tapes and Bible study teaching cassette tapes
can be heard in real audio on the internet

Galcom International

contact: Allan McGuirl
65 Nebo Rd., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada 18W 2C9
Phone 905-574-4626 - Fax: 905-574-4633

Galcom is a service to missionaries and unreached peoples.

They specialize in fix tuned radios and low power radio stations. Allan also helps with advising missionaries on video projectors and other equipment for outreach. Allan is interested in developing new technology to help reach the unreached.

Galcom has speech translation units and little cassettes or chips in many languages with the gospel. Has units/kiosks to share gospel messages with players and headphones in different languages. Great for special events such as the Olympics or the World Cup.

Gospel Recordings USA

122 Glendale Rd., Los Angeles, CA 90026-5889 USA
Phone: 213-250-0207 - Fax: 213-250-0136

4800 languages with the gospel recorded on cassette tape, etc..

Write for info pack

Global Recordings Network

Evangelistic Cassettes - Players - Pictures

Description of Ministry: Gospel Recordings (GR) is part of an international network of missions called Global Recordings Network. GR works in fellowship with missions, churches and individuals to produce and distribute recordings of evangelistic messages and basic Christian teaching. These recordings are made to fit each culture and speak clearly in each language. The goal is to make the message of salvation available on cassette in every language. Our specific focus is toward unreached peoples and tribes who have not had the opportunity to hear the Gospel in their language, and are not likely to hear it except through audio recordings.

Products, Services and Languages: Evangelistic messages in audio in over 4800 languages. Many recordings include ethnic music with Gospel lyrics.

Also available: Good News and Look, Listen and Live (cassette series coupled with picture booklets/flipcharts) and hand-wind cassette players. Trained vernacular media specialists are able to record with nonreaders.

Training Manuals: "Cassette Ministry Manual"

Training: A 12-week recordist training course offered in English, Korean or Spanish, with a future course planned in French.

Publications: Newsletters available in Spanish, German, Dutch, English, Afrikaans, Korean and French. Catalog of 5109 recorded languages, arranged by country or by region.

Some of your missionaries may not know that evangelistic Gospel Recordings are now available in 5,109 languages and dialects. They may see a complete list of all languages available at:

In addition, several hundred languages now have the "Good News-audio visual" that goes from Genesis to the Ascension in 40 pictures with recorded narration in many languages. Another audio-visual series is called "Look, Listen & Live," which is like an eight lesson Bible Course for NON-readers. These are all with booklets or flipcharts.

These evangelistic Gospel Recordings remain available without charge as a service to your mission's workers. A page will be enclosed with the cassettes that tells the replacement value of $1 each, which is optional. There is a cost if the booklets or flipcharts are requested. Let us know what is needed and the mailing address so we can send them either via a USA address or directly overseas.


2421 Aztec Road NE., Albuquerque NM 87107-4200 USA
Contact: Morgan Jackson, International Director
Phone: 505/881-3321 - Fax: 505/881-1681

Scripture Cassettes - Audio Training - Catalog

Web Site: pending

Description of Ministry: Founded in 1972, Hosanna's goal is to get all people listening to the Scripture with the primary focus being the 50% of people around the world who are functionally illiterate. Through partnership we seek to record every translated New Testament into an audio form and serve as a repository for all Bible recordings available worldwide.

Hosanna's major thrust is "Faith Comes By Hearing" (FCBH), a church Bible-listening program that gets entire villages / churches to listen completely through the New Testament.

Products & Services: New Testaments on cassette in 82 languages, 70+ children's tape titles and a full line of blank tape and equipment for cassette ministries. FCBH technical and training services for recording Scripture are also available.

Training Manuals: FCBH training material and narration procedures

Publications: Product catalog, newsletter and language list

International Mission Board, SBC

PO Box 6767, Richmond VA 23230 USA
Contact: Mark Snowden, Media Consultant
Phone: 804/219-1658 - Fax: 804/254-8976
Web Site:

Evangelistic and Discipleship Cassettes
Videos - Media Training - Manuals

Description of Ministry:
IMB is engaged in being "on mission with God" to bring all peoples to saving faith in Jesus. It is the international missions arm of the Southern Baptist Convention and works with 57 Baptist media production centers around the world. Presently, more than 4,200 Southern Baptists serve in 125 or more countries. More than 10% of its personnel and financial resources are dedicated to planting churches among the least accessible peoples of the world. It is a worldwide outreach to Africa, Asia, North America, South America, Europe/Middle East and the "10/40 Window". Products, Services and Languages: Audio evangelism, discipleship, ethnic music, video/film, and phone ministries

Training: Chronological Bible Storying Workshops and Regional Media Production Workshops

Manuals: Media in Church Growth and 250+ Case Studies, Models and Papers

Publications: The Commission magazine and On Mission with God video series

Jesus Film Project

PO Box 7690, Laguna Niguel, CA 92607-7690 USA
(714) 495-7383

Jesus Film on cassette in a few languages- dramatized version Jesus Film

Lutheran Bible Translators, Inc.

303 North Lake Street
PO Box 2050
Aurora IL 60507-2050
Contact: Suzanne Zobel, Vernacular Media Coordinator
( )
Phone: 630/897-0660 or 800/532-4253 - Fax: 630-897-3567
Web Site:

Scripture Cassettes - Pictures - Videos
Media Training - Manuals - Consultation

Description of Ministry:
Lutheran Bible Translators is an independent mission organization dedicated to helping bring people to faith in Jesus Christ through Bible translation, literacy and Scripture use ministries. Goals: To provide people with access to God's Word in their own language and to enable churches and individuals to be actively using the translated Scriptures in ways which make a difference in the spiritual lives of people; To train and equip indigenous personnel with skills and resources to carry forward translation, literacy and Scripture use ministries in their languages/countries.

Media Related Products and Services: Trained media specialists are able to service needs for audio recordings for cassette and radio programs and for audio-for-video dubbing, including the Jesus, Matthew, Luke, Acts, God's Story and Genesis videos.

Recording techniques are able to use non-reading speakers in village or studio settings. Old and New Testament visuals are available for use with audio cassettes and traditional story tellers or for development as flipcharts, posters, and filmstrips. A consultant is available to advise language teams and indigenous churches/agencies on effective selection, planning and implementation of media resources and strategies.

Training (including manuals) is available for the development of skills in all aspects of vernacular media planning, production, and use.

Languages: Currently active in more than 45 language programs

M/E International, Inc.

1061 N Shepard St - Unit D., Anaheim CA 92806 USA
USA Contact: James R. Ford, President
Phone: 714/630-2000 - Fax: 714/630-5279

India Contact: Dr. C.D. Jebasingh
Phone: Bombay 413-3623

Serving India With Evangelistic and Discipleship Cassettes Media Training - Manuals

Description of Ministry:
M/E International has been in existence since 1948, with emphasis in India. Currently M/E works cooperatively with GIFTS (Galilian International Film and Television Service) of India helping them to implement a mutual Cassette Discipleship Program (CDP) using Village Evangelists (VE's). Networking with evangelical agencies around India effectively multigunas capabilities and personnel resources.

The effort is to reach 800 million souls in India's villages on a regular basis, forming home churches for growth to regular churches within the accountability/authority of strong Bible believing, evangelical church denominations. The desire is to network with all possible mission groups to better help GIFTS-CDP-India do their job and provide enabling funds.

Products, Services, and Languages: Structured dialogue messages on four cassettes where two evangelists discuss with two villagers. VE outreach translations of CDP messages are available in seven languages with five more in production. Training aids available for village evangelism.

Publications: Monthly newsletter

Video: India ... Land of Promise.

Multi-Language Media

P.O. Box 301, Ephrata, PA 17522 USA
(717) 738-0582

An excellent resource catalog for books, pamphlets, audio cassettes (teaching and music), Bibles, the Bible on CD, Bible studies and language learning has Christian music tapes in a few languages

Every Nation Under Heaven

Gordon Bell has been adding RealAudio evangelistic messages in a wide range of languages to his valuable I-AM site. These are drawn from Gospel Recordings resources.

He writes: "I have been developing a web site which has evangelistic RealAudio messages in some 50 languages at EVERY NATION UNDER HEAVEN. Please let friends who are working with internationals know about this as it can be a useful ministry tool, so they can point internationals to the messages to hear the Good News of God's grace and love in their heart language. Maybe this can be useful to you for your site. Please let me know if there are languages which would be especially useful, and I will try to post messages in those languages."

I assume that Gordon is happy for people to make a direct link to the individual sound files.

Every Nation Under Heaven

Russian Bible Society

(095) 953-1638

About NT on tape, you may want to contact Russian Bible Society at (095) 953-4524 or (095) 953-1638. They distribute it for free to churches, and they also allow to make copies for personal nonprofit use.

Scriptures in Use

7225 N. Mona Lisa Rd. Suite 201, Tucson, AZ 85741 USA
Contact: Jim Bowman or Gary Lovelace
Phone: 520/297-3639

Serving Americas, West Africa, India.

Scripture and Music Cassettes - Pictures - Videos Media Training - Manuals

Description of Ministry: To provide training, consultation and resources for grass roots church planters using written, audio and video forms of the Scriptures. SIU works primarily around Bible storytelling themes and has developed resources and follow-up strategies for church planters to overcome the barriers of pre-literacy and functional illiteracy in the local vernacular language through storytelling. Products, Services and Languages: "Jesus" film, audiocassettes of the "Jesus" film, narration sound-track only in over 50 Latin American languages, follow-up discipleship course to the "Jesus" film 50 photos from the movie reviewing the principal spiritual themes in Spanish.

Audio: Evangelism, Scripture, Ethnic Music, Video/Film.

Training: "Communications Bridges" A four day field-based training workshop includes a printed manual/guide and wordless picture books with flip charts, available in English and Spanish. This course is for grass roots church planters working among non-literate people groups and focuses on storytelling and the integration of audio visual tools into a church planting strategy. Available in Spanish and English. How to Use the 'Jesus' Film in an Indian Context, a 30 minute video in Spanish.

Product Catalog also in English and Spanish.


  1. Discipleship through Storytelling, Flip Charts and Guide in Spanish or English.
  2. Communications Bridges for Non-literates, facilitators manual for grass roots church planters.

Summer Institute of Linguistics (SIL)

JAARS PO Box 248
Waxhaw NC 28173 USA

Planning, Programming and VMS Training: Marilyn Malmstrom
Phone: 704/843-6572

Technical and Production Information: Durk Meijer
Phone: 704/843-6563 - Fax: 704/843-6524

Scripture Cassettes - Pictures - Videos
Media Training - Manuals - Consultation
Vernacular Media Services

Description of Ministry: The purpose of SIL is to serve the ethnic communities of the world in meeting their deepest needs through seeking to assist them in all areas of language development. The mission of SIL's sister organization, Wycliffe Bible Translators International, is to glorify God in obedience to the Great Commission through a unique strategy that integrates Scripture translation, scholarship and service so that all people will have access to God's Word in their own language.

Vernacular Media Services (VMS) exists to assure that all people will have access to God's word in their own languages, even those who cannot or do not read. VMS encourages a variety of vernacular media tools to provide vehicles for the non-reading population to access the Scriptures as well as other information that will benefit members of ethnic communities.

Products, Services and Languages: Videos in vernacular languages, such as Jesus, Genesis, Matthew, Luke, Acts, God's Story, and the USAID Health videos, audio programs for audio cassettes and radio, color pictures of Old Testament and New Testament stories to accompany audio cassettes or native storytellers, other Bible artwork in flip charts or filmstrips. (Write for information about eight Bible stories on filmstrips.) Trained Vernacular Media Specialists are available to record audio and audio-for-video, doing village productions using nonreaders as speakers. Training is available for the development of skills in all aspects of vernacular media planning, production, and use

United Bible Societies

Reading Bridge House 7th floor, Reading, England RG1 8PJ
Phone: 44-(0)1189-500200 - Fax: 44-(0)1189-500857
Web site:
Contact person: Viggo Sogaard, Media Consultant.

Scripture Cassettes - Training Manuals

Description of Ministry: The United Bible Societies (UBS) is a worldwide fellowship of more than 100 National Bible Societies, and covering approximately 200 nations and territories. The primary purpose of UBS and its member Societies is to make the Scriptures available to all people through languages they understand, through formats that are relevant, in media that are appropriate, and at a price they can afford. Bible Societies work in partnership with all churches in achieving its goals of making the Word of God "open for all" and "life for all." Hundreds of translation projects are going on around the world, and the publishing program includes a wide variety of Scripture products in different media. UBS service centers are located in different regions of the world, and through such centers training and consultancy is made available.

Goal and Focus of Media Program: It is recognized that probably less than half the world's people read, so a new emphasis has been placed on reaching those that have so far been outside the reach of Bible Societies. These include the non-literate, the poor, the marginalized, those in other religions, and the suffering. Whole Bibles are made available on audio cassettes in different formats, and many selections are produced on cassette for different audiences and purposes. A cassette-based literacy program has also been developed. Apart from audio cassettes, some Bible Societies have produced videos with selected Bible portions. Some of these are in dramatic style for use in evangelistic programs. In some countries, UBS also produces television and radio programs, and several multimedia products are available.

Products, Services and Languages: Promotional material is available through regular UBS publications and news services. A special Audio Scriptures Handbook is available in English, Spanish, and French, and sections in various other languages. This handbook is the primary training manual for Bible Society staff. A Video Scriptures Handbook will also be produced. UBS has also developed a Audio Video Scriptures Database with approximately 1,600 entries. This database is available in MS Access format (648 KB).


HEAR SCRIPTURE IN MP3 AUDIO FORMAT (AT), serving people in over 70 countries of the world, offers the New Testament and Psalms in mp3 audio format, with online streaming of the Scriptures as well as free downloads. Web visitors can also order an inexpensive CD-ROM of the Scriptures. AT will soon add the entire Old Testament as well as the Bible in multiple languages in free downloadable mp3audio. Bookmark as a great place to listen to God's Word.

Here are the first two of four great AUDIOTAPE resources:

First is Gospel Recordings/Language Recordings.
They now inventory over 5000 languages!
Their website is at:
Fax: 1-213-250-0136 (USA) or call 02-899-2211 (Australia) or 288-3179

Use a little caution with GR materials as there is a range of quality in the translations; most are good but a few are duds. If you have access to someone who can review a message, send back some feedback to them at:

You might also want to consider helping them to add to their inventory - especially small languages, dialects, or religious sub-groups who use special vocabulary. The GR inventory consists of short sermons - not scripture.

Second is "The Story of Jesus", largely the Book of Luke, also from CCC. You can use the Canadian address I provided in the "Ordering Addresses" email for the videos (the email after next). Audio is great for restrictive, video-obsolete (like China, E. Asia), and poorer countries. For more precise geographical information refer to my preceding video lists.

Here is the present available audio list for "The Story of Jesus" (56?):

ACEH * (NW Sumatra) (Audiotapes are good here)
AKHA (SE Asia)
ALBANIAN (ALBANIA) (Audiotapes are good here)
AMHARIC (Ethiopia)
BATAK TOBA (Sumatra)
CENTRAL ASIAN RUSSIAN (Muslim Sensitive Vocabulary)
DUSUN (Borneo Is.)
FRENCH (Great for W. Africa!)
HAKKA (Taiwan & SE China)
IBAN (Borneo)
INDONESIAN (Audiotapes are good here)
JAVANESE * (Cent & E Java) (Audiotapes are good here)
KIRGIZ (Kirgizstan: Audiotapes are good here)
MALAY (Malaysia: Audiotapes are good here because of customs)
MANDARIN - B (Audiotapes are best in China)
MANDARIN - C (Educated) (Audiotapes are best in China)
PIJIN (Solomon Is., SW Pacific)
PORTUGUESE, PORTUGAL (Portugal & Africa)
ROMANI, CALDARESI (Romanian/Albanian Gypsy)
RUSSIAN (Russia, CIS, & Israel)
RUSSIAN, CENTRAL ASIA (Muslim Sensitive Vocabulary)
SINDHI (Pakistan)
SYRIKI (Turkey, Syria, Iraq)
SUNDA (W. Java: Audiotapes are good here)
TIGRINYA (Ethiopia, Eritrea)
TURKMEN (Turkmenistan: Audiotapes are best here)
URDU (Pakistan)
UYGHER (NW China: Audiotapes are best here)
UZBEK, NORTHERN (Uzbekistan: Audiotapes are best here)
XIANG CHINESE (Hunan Prov.: Audiotapes are best here))

Scripture on Audio Language List

Use your "search" function for countries and languages, especially if this came in garbled:

Below are two more language lists (combined) for Scripture available on audiotape. Most are available from AudioScriptures: ordering information is at the bottom. The few with the asterisks "*" are the languages available only from Hossana. Hossana however does carry many of the more common languages (without asterisks) as well. If you only want Spanish or English, you might consider ordering from Hossana just because poor Mark at AudioScriptures is over-worked (and broke too).

Audio is a very under-utilized resourse - let me encourage you to move into it. And, believe me, almost nobody knows these goodies are available. Let this also be an appeal: Is your language missing? Could you arrange to record a gospel or two in order to add it to the inventory? It's not a very difficult project if the scripture is already in print, but it takes contacts. Consider it. Many huge languages are missing! Contact Mark at about this.


Here "Congo" = Congo, Brazaville. "Zaire" = Congo, Kinshasa. "Burma" = Myanmar.
"P.N.G." = Papua New Guinea "Ivory Coast/I.C." = Cote d'Ivorie
Chinese Languages appear in together under "Chinese", Kurdish & Arabic
languages under "Kurdish" & "Arabic", Berber languages appear separately.
Naga, Zapotec, & Chin languages also appear together.
A few additions have occured recently that aren't listed here.
Some languages appear under alternate names, so look thoroughly! Use "search"
All countries, areas appear in order by number of speakers.
Use your search function for your country of interest -
more languages will appear than you think.

Language List: Available Scriptures on Audiotape

Achi',de Cubulco(Cent.area W.of Rabinal,Baja Verapaz Dept,Center of S.Guatemala)
Aguacateco* (W. Huehuetenango Dept.,60 miles SE of NW corner of S. Guatemala)
Akan, Akuapem (40 km N & NW of Accra, Ghana)
Akan, Asante (Widespread in S. Ghana, and roughly 70 km W. of Accra)
Akha (E. Kengtung Shan State, Burma; Yani dialect of Hani, S. Yunnan,
China; Northern tip of Thailand; also 40 miles S. of N. tip of
Laos; E. Central Binh Tri Thien, NE of Phuc Trach, Vietnam)
Albanian, Tosk (Albania, especially in the cities & the South)
Albanian, Kosavar/Gheg (Kosovo region, Yugoslavia; N. Rural Albania)
Amharic (Native to NW quarter, but widespread in Ethiopia)
Anuak (Pibor&Lower Akobo Rivers,Upper Nile Province,(Akobo Post-6.45N deg)
SE Sudan;Baro,Alworo,Gilo Akobo Rivers,Gambela Region,SW Ethiopia)
Apache, Western (E. Central AZ, and San Carlos, NM, USA)
(The Southern Baptists also have a film in Western Apache)

Arabic, Egyptian Colloquial (Egypt; partly understood elsewhere in Arab world)
Arabic, Standard (Formal; For well educated throughout the Arab World)
Arabic, Coptic (Egyptian Christian Vocabulary)

Armenian, Eastern (Armenia & environs)
Armenian, Western (Levant & Armenian diaspora)
Assamese (Assam State, NE India; some in Bangladesh)
Badaga/Baduga (Madras-Nilgiri, Tamil Nadu, Kunda hills, SE India)
Bambara (Mali around Bamako)
Bamoun/Bamun (Noun Division near Foumban, far N of Mifi Division,
far SE Bamboutos Division, West Province, Cameroon)
Banjara/Lamani(N. of Lamani/Lambadi.Andhra Pradesh,Madhra Pradesh,India)
Batak Toba (N. Central Sumatra, Indonesia)
Baule/Baoule (Ivory Coast, capital and NE)
Behdini (North Iraqi Kurdish, NW of Zab River)
Belorussian (Rural Belorussian area of Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan)
Bemba (Unknown: Zaire, or Zambia, or Tanzania, or Zaire)
Bengali, Indian (W.Bengal Hindus, NE India; Hindu Bangladeshis)
Bengali, Musselmani (Bangladesh; W. Bengal Muslims, NE India)
Bhil (Andhra Pradesh, W India)
Biatah/Bideyu (10 villages in Kuching Dist.,1st Div., Sarawak,
Malaysia; Kalimantan, Indonesia)
Biate/Bietu/Biete (Meghalaya,Mizorram,Assam,Cachar Hills,India)
Blackfoot(Blackfoot,Piegan,Blood Res.,Canada;Blackfeet Res,Montana,USA)
Boro/Bodo (Scattered in Assam and West Bengal, India)
Bribri (Panama border at 9.3 deg N, Costa Rica)
Bulgarian (Bulgaria; also in Moldova, and some in Turkey & Ukraine)
Bulu (N. of Eq.G. border. Widespread in SW Cameroon.)
Bundel Khandi/Bundeli (Uttar/Madhya Pradesh, India)
Burmese (National language of Myanmar; also some in Bangladesh)
Cabecar (Turrialba region. Chibchan, Talamanca, Costa Rica)
Cameroon Pidjin (1/2 of Cameroon, particularly in the West)
Cebuano (Negros, Cebu, Bohol, Visayas, S. Central Philippines)
Chichewa/Nyanja (Malawi, Mozambique W. of Malawi, NE Zambia)

Chin, Falam (Chin Hills, Falam Dist, Burma; Assam, Tripura, NE India)
Chin, Haka (Chin Hills, Haka Area, Burma)
Chin, Tedim (Chin Hills, Upper Chindwin, Chin State, Tiddim area,
W Burma; across the border in NE India)
Chin, Thado (Assam, Manipur, Nagaland, Mizoram,India; also in W. Burma)

Chinanteco, Tepetotutla (Santa Cruz Tep'tla, N Oaxaca, Mexico)
Chinanteco, de Usila (San Felipe Usila +12 towns, Oaxaca;
Pueblo Doce, Veracruz, Mexico)

Chinese Languages
Cantonese (Guangdong, E. Guangxi, China; Hong Kong, Macau;
also in Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, Indonesia, USA, Canada)
Foochow (dialect of Min Dong) (Fuzhou & NE Fujian, China)
Hainanese, Chinese (dialect of Min Nan, Hainan Is., China)
Hakka, Chinese (NE & E Guangdong, S. Fujian, China; 2M
in Taiwan; 1M in Malaysia; 2/3M in Java/Bali)
Hing Hwa/Pu-xian (Putian & Xianyou Co,E. Cent. Fujian Prov, China; also Sing.)
Hokkien/Min Nan (Subdialect of Xiamen, Southern Fujian, Jiangxi, China;
67% of Taiwan; also Malaysia; Singapore; Java/Bali; Hong Kong, P.I.)
Teochew (Dialect of Min Nan: S. Fujian, N. Guangdong, China;
Malaysia; Singapore; Java/Bali; Hong Kong, P.I.)

Chuj, San Mateo Ixtatan (W. Huehuetenango Dept., Guatemala;
Tziscau & Cuauhtemoc. Municipio of Trinitaria, Chiapas, Mexico)
Cigogo (Unknown)
Croatian (Also intelligible in Bosnia, Serbia)
Crow (S. Montana, USA)
Czech (Czech Rep; also USA)
Dagbani (E. Central area of N. Ghana)
Dalong/Pai (Plateau State, Pankshin LGA, Nigeria)
Dari/Eastern Farsi (Widespread in Afghanistan; Khorasan Prov, Iran)
Darlong (Somewhere in Bangladesh; Tripura, NE India)
Deg (40km dia. circle centered on: 1 3/4 deg. W, 8 1/4 deg. N.,Ghana)
Dinka, Padang/Northeastern dialects (SE Central Sudan 400km S.of Khartoum)
Dinka Bor/Dinka Southeastern: (South Central Sudan)
Dusun, Central (Multiple districts of Sabah, Malasia)
Dutch (Netherlands, N. Belgium)
English (Available in multiple versions and formats)
Ewe (SW Togo, SE Ghana)
Fante, Akan (Southern Ghana)
Farsi, Western (Main language of Iran; also USA, Turkey, Iraq, Germany, UAE)
Finnish (Finland, but also 5% of Sweden)
French (France, Belgium, W. Switzerland; widespread in Africa as well)
Gangte (Small. Assam, Central Manipur, Megalaya, India; also Burma)
Garifuna (Coastal: Hondurus, Guatemala, Belize)
Garo (Garo Hills, W.Assam, India; Mymensingh Plains, NE Bangladesh)
Georgian (Georgia, Caucasus, C.I.S.)
German, Standard (Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Canada)
Gondi, Northern (Dispersed in Betul, Chindwara, Seoni, Mandla, &
Baalaghat Dist's: Madhya Pradesh; Amravati, Wardha, Nagpur, Bhandara,
Yavatmal Dist's: Maharashtra, India)
Greek, Modern (Greece, Cyprus; also USA, Germany, UK)
Gujarati (Gujarat, W. India; also scattered in SE Pakistan, Africa)
Gun-Gbe/Gun-Alada (Porto Novo and 30 km WNW, Benin; also Badagry LGA,
far SW tip of Nigeria on the Benin border)
Gurage,(West?)(90km SW of AddisAbaba,Central Ethiopia;E&N Gurage different)
Hadiyya (125 km SW of Addis Ababa, Central Ethiopia)
Haitian Creole French (Haiti; also NYC, Dominican Republic)
Hausa (NW & N Nigeria, S. Niger)
Haya/Ruhaya (W shore of Lake Victoria, Tanzania)
Hebrew (NT only:Modern) (Israel)(Note that 20% of Israelis speak Russian)
Hiligaynon (Negros, Philippines)
Hindi (Throughout Northern India; National Language)
Hmar (Assam, Manipur, Mizoram, NE India)
Hmong, Njua (Blue) (Intersection of Guizhou, Sichuan, & Yunnan Provs.,
(Western Miao & Punu Yao (of Guangxi), China;)); 55 miles W. of
Vientiane, Laos; Ha Tuyen Prov. N. Vietnam; NW Thailand; Also in
French Guiana!; Calif., USA, Burma.
Ho (Singhbhum, Bihar; Mayurbhanj & Koenjhar, Orissa, India)
Hopi (Several villages in NE Ariz, some in Utah, NM, USA)
Hungarian (Hungary, also 3M in NW Central Romania)
Iban (NW Borneo on Malaysia/Indonesia border)
Igbo (S. Central Nigeria)
Igikuria/Kuria (50km SE of Lake Victoria on Kenya border and 50km WSW,
Tanzania; 41km SE of Lake Victoria on Tanz. border, Kenya)
Ilocano (NW Luzon, Philippines)
Indonesian (Cities/educated of Indonesia)
Italian (also Argentina, France, USA, Germany, Canada, Brazil)
Japanese (Japan; also Hawaii, Brazil)
Javanese (Central & E. Java, Indonesia)
Jukun/Jukun Takum (Ntjieka,Furu-Turuwa,Furu-Sambari villages,FuruAwa
SubDiv,Menchum Div, NW Prov,Cameroon;Takum,Sardauna,Bali LGAs,
Taraba State,(Near Ibi, and NW along Benue River, SE Central
Nigeria, and a small area 170 miles NNE of there?)
Kalenjin (SW Kenya, 60-200 km NW of Nairobi)
Kambaata/Kambasta (SW Central Ethiopia, 130 km SSW of Addis Ababa)
Kannada (Karnataka, SW India)
Karen, S'gaw (Irrawaddy Delta&Tenasserim,Pegu Range between
the Irrawaddy&Sittang, Burma; Tak, Maehongsong,
Chiangmai/rai near Burma border, Thailand. Not Pwo Karen.)
Kashi (Shillong, Meghalaya State, NE India)
Kayan, Baram (Baram River area, Upper Sarawak, Malaysia)
Kenyah (One of several small Kenyah languages:
Sarawak, Malaysia; Kalimantan, Indonesia)
Khasi (Khasi-Jaintia hills, Assam, NE India; Bangladesh)
Khmer, Central (Cambodian)
Kikamba/Kamba (20-120 km E. of Nairobi, Kenya)
Kikuyu/Gikuyu (Nairobi area, Kenya)
Kimeru/Meru (30 km? S of the exact center of Kenya)
Kinyarwanda/Rwanda (Rwanda;Burundi;6% of Uganda;Rwanda border,Tanzania)
Kinyayusa (Unknown)
Kolami (NW Kolami: Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, India)
Kom Ren/Kom (Small. E and Central Manipur, NE India)
Konkomba/Likpakpaaln*(NE Ghana on Togo border;NW Togo at 9 1/2-10 deg. N)
Konkomba, Likoonli Dialect (NE Ghana on Togo border;
NW Togo at 9 1/2-10 degrees N. May be the same as above)
Korean (Korea, and across into China; also Japan, Uzbekistan, Russia)
Kui (Udayaagiri area, Orissa State, E. India)
Kuki/Chin, Thado(Assam, Manipur, Nagaland, Mizoram,India; also in W. Burma)

Kurdish Languages

Behdini (N. Iraqi Kurdish, NW of Zab River)
Kurdi/Sorani/S. Kurdi (W. Iran; E. Iraq SE of Zab River)
Kurmanji Standard (E & SE Turkey; N. Syria)

Kuvi (Orissa, south of the Kui, Andhra Pradesh, India)
Lahu (Red/Black) (Lancang, etc., SW Yunnan, China; Kentung,
Shan State, Burma; Far NW Thailand; Vietnam; Laos)
Lambadi/Lamani/Banjara (Andhra Pradesh, Madhra Pradesh, India)
Lambaki (Unknown)
Laotian/Lao (Laos; NW Thailand)
Latvian (Latvia, E Baltic Region, N Europe)
Lingala (Widespread in W & N Zaire; also Belgium?)
Lithuanian (Lithuania, E Baltic Region)
Lubujusu/(Bukusu?) (Unknown, but Possibly Bukusu: 50 km NE of Lake
Victoria on Uganda border, and 50km ENE of there, Kenya)
Luganda/Ganda (Kampala & SE Uganda)
Lugbara (20 km radius around 2.8 deg N, 30.6 deg E, Aru Zone, Haut-Zaire
Region, NE Zaire;20 km rad. around 3 deg.N, 31 deg.E, NE Uganda)
Lun Bawang/Lundayeh (4 deg N from Brunei Bay to headwaters of Padas River,
to headwaters of Baram, to tributaries of Sesayap River, Kalamantan,
Indonesia; SW border of Sabah & Sarawak, Malaysia)
Luo (On Lake Victoria, SW Kenya)
Maasai (Central Kenya/Tanzania border and S into Tanzania)
Malagasy (Central & E. Coast of Madagascar)
Malayalam (Kerala, Laccadive Is., SW India; also U.A.E.)
Malto/Mal Paharia or Sauria Paharia (Probably Mal Paharia: Ramgarh Hills,
Dumka District, S. of former Santhal Pargana Dist., also Pakaur,
S. Godda, Deoghar Dist., E Central Bihar, etc., also Bankura, Barddha-
man, & Murshidabad Dist of W. Bengal; Possibly: Sauria Paharia,
Ramgarh Hills, District, N. of former Santhal Pargana Dist., Sahib-
ganj and Godda Dist., Litipara Block of Pakaur Dist., E Central Bihar,
etc., also Bankura, Barddhaman, & Murshidabad Dist of W. Bengal, India)
Mam de Ostuncalco/Southern Mam (Quetzaltenango Dept, Western Ostuncalco;
35 miles ENE of the SW corner of Guatemala)
Mandarin, China (National language of China)(Audio goes through customs!)
Mandarin Taiwanese (Urban Language of Taiwan)
Manipuri/Meitei (Assam, Manipur, NE India)
Mapudungun (Central Chile, W. Central Argentina)
Maranao (Lanao del Norte/Sur, Mindanao, Philippines)
Marathi (Maharashtra, etc., W. India, (Bombay, etc.))
Mazateco,(San Felipe) Jalapa de Diaz(13 towns, N Oaxaca & Veracruz,Mexico)
Meitei (Assam, Manipur, India; also in Bangladesh)
Mien/Yao/Iu Mien (12 Provinces in Vietnam!; DaYao Mtns,Guangxi(Pan Yao)|
Rongjiang,Congjiang,Libo Co.,Guizhou|Ruyuan Co., N. Guangdong, China;
Laos;ChiangMai, ChiangRai & 5 Prov, NW Thailand;USA;Canada)
Mixteco, Santiago Yosundun (Small. Somewhere in Oaxaca, S. Mexico)
Mizo/Lushai (Mizoram, Assam, Manipur, Nagaland, Tripura, NE India;
also some in W Burma)
Mongolian, Halh (National language of Mongolia, common except far West)
(Also intelligible in northern 1/2 of Inner Mongolia, China)
Moore (Central Burkina Faso)
Mundari (Assam, S&W Ranchi Dist, Bihar, NE India)
Munukutuba (South Congo, Cities: 60% of Congo)
Muric/Murik (On coast W of Sepik River mouth, Angoram Dist.,
E. Sepik Prov, P.N.G.)
Murle (Pibor Dist,S of Akobo River,Boma Plateau, & to the E&N,Upper Nile
Prov, S. Sudan; also 33 km N of NE tip of Lake Turkana, Ethiopia)
Nahuatl, Huasteca, Eastern (Hidalgo, Huautla Region, Mexico)
Nahuatl, Guerrero (Balsas River, Guerrero, Mexico)
Nahuatl, Norte de Puebla/North Puebla (Naupan, Northern Puebla, Mexico)

Naga, Ao (Central, Mokokchung, NE Nagaland, Assam, NE India)
Naga, Konyak (Mon Dist., NE Nagaland, Assam, NE India)
Naga, Mao (NW Manipur, Nagaland, NE India)
Naga, Rengma (W central Nagaland, Assam, Manipur, NE India)
Naga, Rongmei (NW Manipur, Cachar, Nagaland, Assam, NE India)
Naga, Thangkhul (Manipur,Ukhrul, Nagaland, NE India)

Navajo (NE Arizona, USA)
Nepali (E&S Nepal; +W Bengali, Darjeeling area, Assam, NE India)
Ngalik/Dani (Probably W. Dani: Central Highlands, W. of Baliem Grand
Valley and E. from Upper Kemandoga valley; possibly Mid-Grand
Valley Dani: Baliem Valley, S. Central Irian Jaya, Indonesia)
Norwegian, Bokmal (The major (urban) Norwegian dialect)
Nuer (E. Upper Nile Prov., South Central Sudan; also into Ethiopia)
Nzema (Extreme SW corner, Ghana; Extreme SE corner, Ivory Coast)
O'othham/Papago-Pima (S. Central AZ, USA; also in N. Mexico)
Oriya (Orissa State, E. India)
Oromo, West-Central (Outside Addis Ababa and West to border, Ethiopia)
Paits (India somewhere - can you tell me?)
Paiute, Northern (N Nevada & adjacent areas in CA, OR, ID, USA)
Pangasinan (Pangasinan Prov. NW Luzon, Philippines)
Pashto, Western (Afghanistan; also Khorasan Prov., NE Iran)
Penan/Punan-Nibong(4th-7th div.,Upper Baram and Balui rivers around Mt. Dulit;
Nibong branch of Lobong(tributary of the Tinjar River),Sarawak,Malaysia)
Pidgin English/Tok Pisin (Northern P.N.G.; National Language)
Plautdietsch(Low German:Canada,4%of Belize,scattered in N.Germany,Kaz-
akhstan(as near Alma Ata at China border),Mexico,Paraguay,USA,Russia)
Pokoot/Pokot (W. Central Kenya on Uganda border and SE, 140-290km NNW
of Nairobi, Kenya; Kenya border at 1.5 deg N, Uganda)
Polish (Poland; Ukraine, Belarus, USA, Canada)
Portuguese, Brazilian (Brazil; but also Paraguay, Uruguay)
Portuguese, Portugal (Portugal, Angola, Mozambique; also France,
S.Africa, Goa(India), Switz., Belgium,Luxemborg,USA,Canada,Germany)
Portuguese Audio Drama*
E. Punjabi, Indian/Sikh (Punjab, Haryana, NW India; also Canada)
Quechua, Ayacucho (SW Ayacucho region, Peru)
Quechua, Bolivian/S. B'n Quechua* (SW Bolivia; Far NW tip of Argentina)
Quechua, Cuzco (Cuzco, Arequipa regions, Peru)
Quiche, Central/**Western** (Central Highlands, Center of S. Guatemala)
Romanian (Romania, Moldova; also Ukraine, Yugoslavia, Israel)
Ruhaya/Haya (W. shore of Lake Victoria, Tanzania)
Runyankole/Nyankore (SW corner of Uganda, except furthest 30 km)
Russian (Russia,Ukraine(esp.Crimea),Kazakhstan,& the C.I.S.; Israel)
Sadri/Sadani (Assam, India; Bangladesh)
Santali (Scattered in Assam, Bihar, India; Bangladesh)
Saurashtra/Sourashtra (Scattered.Madras, etc.,Tamil Nadu, Karnataka,India)
Serbian (Serbia, but intelligible in Croatia/Bosnia)
Sesotho/Lesotho/S. Sotho (Central South Africa W & N of Lesotho; Lesotho)
Shona (NE and Central Zimbabwe, S. Central Mozambique)
Sinhala (Majority of Sri Lanka, except far N)
Slovak (Slovakia, E. of Czech Republic) (don't confuse with Slovenian)
Somali (E.Cent.Kenya; Somalia except W.of capital;
E.Cent.Ethiopia; also UAE)
Sora (Ganjam Dist, S. Orissa, also Koraput & Phulbani Dist., Orissa, India)
Sotho, Northern (NE South Africa)
Sotho,Southern/Sesotho/Lesotho(Cent. South Africa W&N of Lesotho;Lesotho)
Soura/Sora (Ganjam Dist.,S. Orissa, also Koraput, Phulbani dists., India)
Spanish, (Latin Am.,Spain,USA,P.I.,Germany,Israel;also Caribbean,Africa)
Sunda/Sundanese (W. 1/3 of Java Island, Indonesia)
Swedish (Sweden, SW coastal Finland)
Tagalog (Luzon Is., P.I./National Language)
Tahiluba (Unknown)
Tamajeq, "Tarquie"/Probably "Air/Tuareg" (Dialect uncertain.
Tamajeq, Air/Tuareg: Agadez area and W. Central Niger)
Tamil (Tamil Nadu, SE India; N. Sri Lanka; Malaysia; S. Africa;
Singapore; Reunion Is.)
Tawana/Tawala (Awaiama to E. Cape, N&S shores of Milne Bay, Alotau
Dist and Sideia & Basilaki Islands, Milne Bay Prov, P.N.G.)
Telugu (Andhra Pradesh, SE India)
Telegu Audio Drama*
Thai/Central Thai
Tibetan, Amdo (Qinghai & SW Gansu Provinces, W. China)
Tigre (NW Eritrea)
Timorese/Atoni (West Timor, Indonesia)
Tiv (SSE Nigeria, 200 km SE of Abuja)
Tiwa, Northern (N. Central New Mexico, USA)
Tiwa, Southern (N. Central New Mexico, USA)
Toraja, Sa'Dan(Far N of SW Sulawesi Peninsula,Tana Toraja Dist on into
Liwu Dist; also W. coast of SW in Kolaka & Wundulako Dist, Indonesia)
Turkana (NW Kenya S. and W. of Lake Turkana)
Turkish (Turkey; also Germany, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Greece, NE Cyprus)
Twi, Akan (S. Ghana)
Tzotzil, Chenalho (Chenalho region, Chiapas, Mexico)
Tzutujil, Eastern Santiago (Southern shore of Lake Atitlan, Guatemala)
Tzutujil, Western (San Pe...?) (Uncertain: Southern Solola area.
Southwestern shore of Lake Atitlan, Guatemala; or Chiapas, Mexico?)
Uduk (Refugee Camp at Bonga, and near Gambela town, W. Ethiopia; N. Sudan
Homeland: From Belila (North) to Yabus River, Upper Nile Prov.)
Ukrainian (Rural Ukraine; also Poland, Kazakhstan,
Moldova, Canada, Hungary, USA, Belarussian area of Russia)
Ukrainian audio drama*
Urdu (Muslims of N. India; Nat. language of Pakistan; also S.Africa)
Uzbek, Northern(Uzbekistan; also Tajikistan,Kyrgizistan,Turkmenistan)
Vaipei/Vaiphei (Small. Assam, S. Manipur, Meghalaya, India)
Vietnamese (Vietnam; also Cambodia, USA, Canada, Norway)
Yao (NW Mozambique, SW Tanzania, E Central Malawi - not Asia)
Yiddish (NYC; 5% of Israel; Latvia, Belarus (A Jewish Language))
Yoruba (SW Nigeria)

Zapotec, Cajonos/Southern Villa Alta Zapotec, (Small. Towns of: San
Pedro Cajonos, San Francisco, San Mateo, San Miguel, N.Oaxaca, Mexico)
Zapotec, Central Ocotlan/Western Ocotlan Zapoteco, (Around Santiago
Apostal & Ocotlan, Central Oaxaca, Mexico)
Zapotec, Central Miahuatlan* (Cuixtla, South Central Oaxaca, S. Mexico)
Zapotec, Guelavia/San Juan Guelavia Zapotec/Western Tlacolula Zapatec
(Central Oaxaca, Mexico)
Zapotec, Isthmus (Tehuantepec & Juchitan, Oaxaca, S.Mexico)
Zapotec, Lachixio/Eastern Solo de Vega Zapoteco (Small. 4 towns: Santa
Maria Lachixio, San Vicinte Lachixio, San Miguel Mixtepec, San
Mateo Mixtepec: E. Sola de Vega & SW Zimatlan, W. Oaxaca, Mexico)
Zapotec, Zoogocho/San Bartolome' Zapotec (Small. Zoogocho,
Yalina, Tabehua: Oaxaca, S. Mexico)

Zomi (Chin Hills, Tiddim, Chin State, Burma; Manipur, Assam, India)

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