- n. A state of Mexico.
- Nahuatl, from tlaxcalli ("tortilla"). (Wiktionary)
“Translated from Spanish into English for Axis of Logic and Tlaxcala by Iris Buehler and revised by Les Blough, members of Tlaxcala*.”
“Franciscan convent and Our Lady of the Assumption cathedral in Tlaxcala (Tlaxcala) 21.”
“For example, what is happening in Tlaxcala or Puebla this summer?”
“I have paid (and will pay for my upcoming Yucatan adventure at Los Dos Cooking School) around $75 USD for a whole day class.www. los-dos.com I was willing to pay the $1,000 USD for the www. mexicanhomecooking.com classes in Tlaxcala but that included lodging, meals and classes for a week.”
“Tlaxcala is the state capitol, but it is not a large city.”
“Incidentally, there is a ranch in Tlaxcala that breeds fighting bulls.”
“We have a home in Tlaxcala too but it isn't finished yet.”
“Tlaxcaltecas, the first bishopric that was founded on the American continent was called Tlaxcala, that of Mexico was second, and later that of Guatemala.”
“Those who know the pimps of Tlaxcala state – victims, prosecutors, social workers and researchers – say the men from Tenancingo have honed their methods over at least three generations.”
“Among the nine states that appeared to go to the PRI were Zacatecas, which currently has a PRD governor, along with Aguascalientes and Tlaxcala, both controlled by the PAN.”
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"Spanish náhuatl, from Nahuatl, that which pleases the ear, from nahua-, audible, intelligent, clear."
- etymology from The American Heritage Dictionary
Capitalized words with only one of the vowels, with that vowel used at least three times. See also Monovocalics.
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