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“Segal's La littérature nahuatl: sources, identitíes, représentations, in which he appears to have been influenced by Bierhorst.”
“Zapata was born to a mestizo family who spoke nahuatl rather than Spanish.”
“For these ancient poets the essence of life was summed up in the phrase, “In Xochitl, In Cuicatl”, meaning “The flower, the song”, a nahuatl metaphor signifying the art of poetry, “The one true thing on earth”.”
“The Spanish religious chronicler Fr. Antonio Tello, writing between 1650 and 1653, tells us that in 1531 Xitomatl was chief over a large Indian population, possibly speakers of Coca (a nahuatl dialect), around what is now San Juan Cosala.”
“The azteca language is used everyday - chocolate, tomato, metate, even the word yankee is a nahuatl word, it means stranger.”
“Our children are getting a good education they will come out of this school speaking english, spanish, mandarin, and nahuatl..”
“The word yanqui is nahuatl for stranger - there was even a town on the borders of the Aztec domain called Yanquitlan.”
“When whites first ventured into Texas, the nahuatl dialect speaking Comanches referred to them as yanquis - strangers.”
“I did a search online and found an interview with a wrestler (from mexico city) and said the word "chilango" is a nahuatl word meaning "a person who comes from the clean place”
“I seriously doubt it's a nahuatl word, because the derivation gets debated by scholars.”
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