noun Na·huatl \ˈnä-ˌwä-təl\

Definition of NAHUATL

:  a group of closely related Uto-Aztecan languages that includes the speech of several peoples (as the Aztecs) of central and southern Mexico and Central America
Na·huat·lan \nä-ˈwät-lən\ adjective or noun

Origin of NAHUATL

Spanish náhuatl, from Nahuatl Nāhuatl
First Known Use: 1873

Rhymes with NAHUATL


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