Nahuatl words VM#33

The following words are the most basic ones in the classic nauhatl vocabulary. Why don´t you try learning some of them to impress your friends?

Okichtli: means man

Siuatl: means woman

Tlakatl: means person

Tlakah: means people

Piltsintli: means baby

Konetl: means kid

Telpochtli: means boy

Ichpochtli: means girl, lady

Koli: means elder, grandpa

Iknotl: means orphan

Ilamatl: means old woman, grandma

Temachtiani: means teacher

Temachtili: means student

Tlajtoani: means ruler

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8 thoughts on “Nahuatl words VM#33

  1. chape January 22, 2016 / 3:21 pm

    Thank for sharing 🙂
    Koli!!! I´m sure I can´t pronounce the others 🙂
    Big hug, David

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      • chape January 22, 2016 / 3:32 pm

        Thank you, that´s nice and easy 🙂
        Lelelel np Antonio!

        Liked by 1 person

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