[nah-waht-l] /ˈnɑ wɑt l/
noun, plural Nahuatls (especially collectively) Nahuatl.
a member of any of various peoples of ancient origin ranging from southeastern Mexico to parts of Central America and including the Aztecs.
a Uto-Aztecan language spoken by over half a million people mostly in central Mexico.
Compare (def 2).
of or relating to the Nahuatl language or peoples.
(pl) -tl, -tls. a member of one of a group of Central American and Mexican Indian peoples including the Aztecs
the language of these peoples, belonging to the Uto-Aztecan family
1822, from Spanish, from Nahuatl (Aztec) Nahuatl, the people’s name, “something that makes an agreeable sound; someone who speaks well or speaks one’s own language.” As a language name, usually in the compound form nahuatlahotol-li.
[nah-waht-luh n] /ˈnɑ wɑt lən/ noun 1. in all its dialects, often taken as a group of languages, spoken in large areas of central Mexico and El Salvador and in various small, widely dispersed areas throughout southern Mexico and Central America. adjective 2. of or relating to or Nahuatlan.
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