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ERIC Number: EJ119536
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1975
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Los dialectos de la lengua nahua (Dialects of the Nahuatl Language)
Hasler, Juan A.
America Indigena, 35, 1, 179-188, Jan-Mar 75
Nahuatl was the indigenous, prehispanic Mexican language, still spoken today, and related to the nontonal languages of Mesoamerica. Several Nahuatl dialects are mentioned: Cazcan, Pipil, the extinct Pochuteco, and four dialects distinguished geographically, east, north, central, and west. These are discussed with attention to the development of Nahuatl. (Text is in Spanish.) (CK)
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Identifiers: Mexico; Nahuatl