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Toltec

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noun Tol·tec \ˈtōl-ˌtek, ˈtäl-\

Definition of Toltec

  1. :  a member of a people that dominated central and southern Mexico prior to the Aztecs

Toltecan

play \-ən\ adjective


Origin and Etymology of toltec

Spanish tolteca, from Nahuatl tōltēcah, plural of tōltēcatl, literally, person from Tōllān (now Tula de Allende, Mexico)


First Known Use: 1787

Rhymes with toltec

Atrek, Aztec, Baalbek, bed check, bedeck, Birkbeck, Bishkek, blank check, boatneck, breakneck, bull neck, cowl-neck, crew neck, cromlech, crookneck, cross-check, ewe-neck, exec, fact-check, flight deck, flyspeck, forecheck, foredeck, gooseneck, gut check, haček, hatcheck, henpeck, high tech, hook check, in check, Kazbek, kopeck, limbeck, longneck, low-tech, Mixtec, on deck, OPEC, parsec, paycheck, pinchbeck, poop deck, rain check, rebec, ringneck, roll-neck, roughneck, samekh, shipwreck, spell-check, spot-check, Steinbeck, sundeck, tape deck, tenrec, Uzbek, V-neck, vo-tech, Waldeck, Warbeck, well deck, wryneck, xebec


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