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North America in Nahuatl

Nāhuatlahtōlli (Nahuatl) is the most spoken indigenous language in Ixachitlān Mictlāmpa (North America). It is the second most common language in Mēxihco (Mexico), surpassed only by Español (Spanish). 14 more words

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Dia De Los Muertos in Houston

Yesterday I woke up with nothing to do…nothing to do…so we decided to drive downtown and attend the Dia de los Muertos Procession, Reception and Altar Exhibit hosted by… 283 more words

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Camionetas and a Nahuatl Mapping Project

By Laura Matthew

Riding the camioneta is a classic gringo experience in Guatemala. But it can be confusing. Buses to Quetzaltenango, for instance, say that they’re going to Xela. 669 more words

Plurals as singulars

In the Tepiman branch of Uto-Aztecan, also known as Pimic, plurals are usually marked by partial reduplication (also used to a lesser extent in other Uto-Aztecan languages). 828 more words

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God's Love (NAHUATL, TETELCINGO: Bible NT)

NAHUATL, TETELCINGO: Bible NT

John (San Juan) 3:16

16 Pos Deus lalebes quentlasojtlaque tlöltecpactlöca, hua por inu tiemacuc tiesente Conietzi, para que noche tli moneltoca ca yejuatzi, majcamo ixniempolebecö, tlöcamo ma quepeacö nemelestle nochepa.

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The Beatitudes (NAHUATL, TETELCINGO: Bible NT)

NAHUATL, TETELCINGO: Bible NT

Matthew (San Маteo) 5:3-12

3 Cuale imicnupel tli momachelea porubejte ipa inyulo, pos yejua quepejpea pörte cöne Deus tlamandöruro ipa elfecac. 155 more words

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God's Love (NAHUATL, TENANGO: Bible NT)

NAHUATL, TENANGO: Bible NT

John (Juan) 3:16

16 ’Dios tlailiuis oquintlasohtlac in tlalticpactlacameh, ica non octemactih nisintiConetzin, para nochi naquin tlaniltocas inauac amo mapohpoliui, yehyeh macpia in yolilistli tlen ica in sintitl nochipa.

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