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Nahuatl: Compounds

Compounds in Nahuatl are similar to those in English in that they are right-headed, which is to say that the category is determined by the right-most root. 211 more words

In My Dreams

I know whether you have been absent:
I lie down with you, I rise up with you,
In my dreams you are with me.
If my eardrops tremble in my ears, 21 more words


Mexico in Nahuatl

This map combines a few features:
1. It is labelled in Nāhuatlahtōlli (Nahuatl), an indigenous language spoken by about 1.5 million Nāhuatlācah (Nahua people) in Mesoamerica. 141 more words

Indigenous Languages

Change of course

Recent news

– Before I go on to the point of this post, always-too-kind Julio (also known as mexicanpolyglot91) recently interviewed me for his YT channel. 454 more words



MEXICO’S PRE-COLUMBIAN HERITAGE    By James J. Horn,  Ph.D    Copyright 2003, updated Nov. 2014

 Visitors to Mexico cannot help but be impressed by the ubiquitous legacy of  the native cultures… 6,639 more words


War of the Fatties

brutish one
with women at your knees.
In the morning
you’re a warrior,
dressed for everything but me.
Hear that beat growing?
Battle songs through the trees- 92 more words


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

Indigenous Languages