two questions

Stephanie Wood swood at
Thu Oct 13 16:00:12 UTC 2011

Hi Michael,

Here's an attestation from our free online Nahuatl dictionary:

vevetlque yuan ocçequi tlacatl ayac quimati navatl ypanpa yuhqui yca hoca toyollo = Los principales y la demás gente no saben el náhuatl. Por eso están tristes nuestros corazones.
[Source: Nuestro pesar, nuestra aflicción / tunetuliniliz, tucucuca; Memorias en lengua náhuatl enviadas a Felipe II por indígenas del Valle de Guatemala hacia 1572, introduction by Cristopher H. Lutz, paleography and translation by Karen Dakin (México: UNAM and Centro de Investigaciones Regionales de Mesoamérica, 1996, 12-13.]

Best wishes,

On Oct 10, 2011, at 2:00 PM, Michael McCafferty wrote:

> Listeros ultimos,
> How long has the na:huatl been used to name the language? What are attested names for the language through time?
> How old is the expression na:huatlaca:tl ?
> Anquimatih?
> Tlaxtlahui,
> Michael
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