Náhuatl

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Náhuatl is a language of the Uto-Aztecan language family. Varieties of Náhuatl are spoken by an estimated 1.5 million Nahua peoples, most of whom live in central Mexico.

Also spelled: Nawatl

Hashtags: #LenguaNáhuatl

Vocabulary
Tlazocamati (tlah-so-cah-mah-tee) = Thank you = Gracias

Marigolds = Cempasúchil

Videos
Sesión 1. Las lenguas mesoamericanas y el náhuatl – Curso básico de náhuatl

Curso básico de náhuatl, Sesión 11

33:00 Los muertos trabajan. Cual descanso eterno y nunca se les dice que descansen en paz. Los niños pequeños esos andan por las nubes y conducen las nubes a las milpas de sus padres para que llueva.

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Headlines
In Milpa Alta, people still speak the Aztec language – BBC

7 Common Nawatl Words Used By Chicanos and Chicanas

Nahuatl, Nauatl, or Nawatl? How DO You spell it?
The App Designed To Teach The Whole World The Indigenous Language Náhuatl

YouTube

Vocabulary
Cuetlaxochitl = Nochebuena = Poinsettia

Wikipedia
Náhuatl
Ehecatl

Places

Popocatépetl and Ixtaccíhuatl National Park

Features

Chilaquiles

Tlaloc

Planeta.com

Language

México

Aztecs

Indigenous Languages

International Decade of Indigenous Languages

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