K’iche’ is the most common indigenous language in Guatemala, spoken by approximately 1,160,000 people. It is spoken in Sololá, Totonicapá, Quetzaltenango, El Quiché, Suchitepéquez, and Retalhuleu. There is a substantial K’iche’ community in the United States, particularly in the Los Angeles area. There are several different regional variations. In selecting an interpreter, it is essential to ensure that the client and interpreter can understand each other.
SPANISH-K’ICHE’ GLOSSARY OF LEGAL TERMS, UNIVERSIDAD LANDIVAR
K’ak’ taq utzij ri kaxlan ch’o’ jib’al tzij K’iche: Glosario de Términos del Derecho Castellano – K’iche’
K’ICHE’-SPANISH DICTIONARY, CATHOLIC CHURCH OF GUATEMALA TERMS,
BILINGUAL SPANISH-K’ICHE’ DICTIONARY, UNIVERSIDAD DE GUADALAJARA Y CENTRO UNIVERSITARIO DE LA COSTA
THE SCHOOL, A BILINGUAL CHILDREN’S TEXT BOOK, UNIVERSIDAD RAFAEL LANDIVAR