Published: Thu, February 02, 2017
World | By Tasha Manning

The N · huatl Language of the Aztecs


"Totonal ye omotlatitzino, Totonal ye omixpoliuitzino, iuan zentlayouayan tech pelikan, Mach tikmati okzepa mo maluikaz, okzepa mo kizaltiz, iuan yankuikan tech tlauilikiuh."

The sun has dissapeared, the sun has been hidden from us, and left us in total darkness. But we have the certainty that once again it will rise, once again it will come to shine for us all.

The Aztecs spoke a language called Nahuatl (pronounced NAH waht l). It belongs to a large group of Indian languages ​​which also include the languages ​​spoken by the Comanche, Pima, Shoshone and other tribes of western North America. The Aztec used pictographs to communicate through writing. Some of the pictures symbolized ideas and other represented the sounds of the syllables.

"Mexica tiahui amotihuihui amo maca mo maceualtis in tlein tiq elehuia." Nahuatl Pages of Nahuatl of Tlahui-Educa
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Nahuatl List

A discussion list which deals with Aztec studies in general and Nahuatl ) In particular.

The languages ​​of the list will be English and Spanish, although scholars are encouraged to submit pieces in Nahuatl. The list will be used as a primary means of publishing the guide to Aztec language manuscripts which was begun in Nahuatl Culture Studies.

The owner hopes to develop the FTP directory where Nahuatl language texts can be stored for public use. To subscribe to NAHUAT-L:

Internet users, send email to listproc@listserv.umt.edu

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Nahuatl Language, by Area in Mexico

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