Nahuatl language resources – Language Links Database
Nahuatl, Aztec or Mexicano - is a language or, by some definitions, a group of languages of the Uto-Aztecan language family. Varieties of Nahuatl are spoken by about 1.7 million Nahua peoples, most of whom live mainly in Central Mexico as well as a small number who live in the United States.
More information: Wikipedia
Native speakers: 1.7 million in Mexico (2020 census)
Official language in: Mexico
Nahuatl Grammar and Pronunciation
- Omniglot.com - Language, alphabet and pronunciation
- Wiki Books - Nahuatl alphabet
- http://www.native-languages.org/ - Nahuatl pronunciation and spelling guide
- Wikipedia - Nahuatl ortography
- MustGo.com - Structure, writing & alphabet
- https://sites.ualberta.ca/ - Nahuatl grammar - PDF
- https://davidbowles.medium.com/ - Pronunciation guide
Nahuatl Reading Materials
- Wiki Books - Common phrases
- Omniglot.com - Useful phrases in Nahuatl
- https://www.historicas.unam.mx/ - “Nahuatl Proverbs, Conundrums, and Metaphors” - PDF
- https://networks.h-net.org/ - H-Net's Network on Nahuatl (the Aztec language) and Nahua culture.
Nahuatl Listening and Video Resources
TV / Video / Movies
- https://open.spotify.com/ - Podcast on Nahuatl language on Spotify
- Nahuatl Tlahtocan YouTube Channel - “Nahuatl Tlahtocan is a space for individuals who are interested in learning about Nahuatl language and culture.”
- Lengua y Cultura Nahuatl YouTube Channel - Nahuatl for English speakers playlist
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