An Analytical Dictionary of Nahuatl
This is a comprehensive modern dictionary of the major indigenous language of Mexico, the language of the Aztecs and many of their neighbors. Nahuatl speakers became literate within a generation of contact with Europeans, and a vast literature has been composed in Nahuatl beginning in the mid-sixteenth century and continuing to the present.
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A-TL absolutive suffix abundantly attested agua altern appears applic arbol cabeza CAL-LI casa caus CHIHU(A compound consonant contrasts cosas CUAHU(I)-TL derived forms dictionary element fails to mark gives gloss glottal stop HUIA i)Bf.iov I)TTA implies inalienably possessed inalienably possessed form internal glottal stop intransitive verb IX-TLI literal sense long vowel maiz manera mano marked long marks the vowel MAT(I meaning MIQU(I Nahuatl necessarily possessed form nixtamal nonact nonactive form noun ojos oneself PAH-TLI person phrase piedra plant POLOA possessed form one's possessor postposition pret preterit preterit form redup reduplicated form reflexive prefix reflexive verb second syllable long semejante short vowel single attestation someone someone's sources Spanish Spanish-to-Nahuatl side specifically marked stem synonymous TE-TL TEN-TLI TEQU(I thing third syllable long tiempo tierra tion TLACA-TL TLAH TLAL-LI TLALIA TLAN TOCA transitive tree TZIN TZON-TLI variant form vowel length vowel long vrefl vrefl.vt word-final XOCHI-TL YEC-TLI Zacapoaxtla