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Classical Nahuatl


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  • proper n. The variants of the Nahuatl language spoken in Mexico at the time of the Spanish conquest.


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  • The language, Classical Nahuatl, is now dead, but you can still hear descendant forms of Nahuatl which have as good or better a claim to be called mexicano as modern English has to be called by the same name as the language of Beowulf if you travel around central M√©xico, especially in small communities up in the hills, away from the big cities.

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