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For an introductory guide on IPA symbols, see Help:IPA. Coahuilteco was one of the Pakawan languages that was spoken in southern Texas (United States) and northeastern Coahuila (Mexico). It is now extinct .Who were the Coahuiltecan Indians?
The Coahuiltecan Indians were a network of loosely affiliated Indian bands of Texas and Mexico. Their languages are poorly attested, but there appear to have been several different Coahuiltecan languages spoken by bands in different regions, including Comecrudo, Cotoname, and the language originally recorded as "Coahuiltecan" or "Coahuilteco."Is Coahuiltecan a language isolate?
This language-- sometimes called "Coahuiltecan proper" to avoid confusion with languages spoken by different Coahuiltecan bands-- is generally considered to be a language isolate, although some linguists have tried to link it to other Coahuiltecan languages or to the broader Hokan language grouping.Is Nuevo León related to Coahuilteco?
In Nuevo León, at least one language unrelatable to Coahuilteco has come to light, and linguists question that other language samples collected in the region demonstrate a relationship with Coahuilteco. The early Coahuiltecans lived in the coastal plain in northeastern Mexico and southern Texas.