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  • Opata — Parlée au  Mexique Région Sonora Classification par famille …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Opata — may refer to: the Opata people the Opata language This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article …   Wikipedia

  • Opata — Zoltán Opata, auch Zoltán Ormos genannt, (* 24. September 1900 in Budapest, Österreich Ungarn; † 19. Mai 1982 in Budapest, Ungarn) war ein Fußballspieler und Fußballtrainer, der in den 1920er Jahren sechs Meistertitel mit dem MTK holte und in der …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ópata — Para el idioma, véase Idioma ópata. Ópata Idioma Ópata (casi extinguido) español. Religión Iglesia Católica, con predominio de elementos autóctonos Etnias relacionadas …   Wikipedia Español

  • opata — ōˈpäd.ə noun (plural opata or opatas) Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: Pima, literally, hostile people 1. a. : a Taracahitian people or group of peoples of the northeastern part of the state of …   Useful english dictionary

  • ópata — ► adjetivo 1 Se refiere a un pueblo amerindio mexicano formado por distintos grupos étnicos. ► sustantivo masculino femenino 2 Persona que pertenece a este pueblo …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Opata — ISO 639 3 Code : opt ISO 639 2/B Code : ISO 639 2/T Code : ISO 639 1 Code : Scope : Individual Language Type : Living …   Names of Languages ISO 639-3

  • Opata people — Opata (pronounced óh pah tah) is the collective name for three indigenous peoples native to the northern Mexican border state of Sonora. The whole of Opata territory encompasses the northeasterly and central part of the state. Most Opatan… …   Wikipedia

  • Opata language — Ópata Spoken in Mexico (traditionally Sonora state, now D.F.) Language family Uto Aztecan Taracahitic Ópata …   Wikipedia

  • Opata (Volk) — Die Opata (aus dem Dialekt der Oberen Pima Ohp – ‘Feinde’ oder Obagg ata – ‘einen Feind haben’) waren eine Stammesgruppe der Taracahitian Abteilung der uto aztekischen Sprachfamilie, die im nordöstlichen und zentralen Sonora sowie im… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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