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Uto–Aztecan

noun Uto–Az·tec·an \ˌyü-tō-ˈaz-ˌte-kən\

Definition of UTO-AZTECAN

:  a family of American Indian languages spoken by peoples from the United States Great Basin south to Central America
Uto–Aztecan adjective

Origin of UTO-AZTECAN

Ute + -o- + Aztec
First Known Use: 1891

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