from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Mexico, Chusquea Nelsoni (=Guadua amplexifolia), and several other giant grasses used by the ancient Mexicans for making darts and lances, and now used for making baskets and for other domestic purposes.
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- itl, and - otl, for example, generally ended up in Spanish as words ending in - ate, - ite, and - ote, e.g., coyote from coyotl, otate from ottatl, camachile from cuauh-mochitl.
"Ah Madam (faid I unto her rvith an ad'ion fttff. ciently pa§! otate) is it poifible