In 1547, Andres de Olmo published Nahuatl grammar in Mexico. Nahuatl is the classical version of the Nahua Uto-Aztecan language family or the spoken tongue of the Aztec civilization.
- Classical Nahuatl grammar – Wikipedia
The grammar of Classical Nahuatl is agglutinative, head-marking, and makes extensive use of compounding, noun incorporation and derivation. That is, it can …
- Nahuatl Grammar of Mecayapan
One of my hobbies (if that’s the right word) is learning non-Indo-European languages, and recently I’ve become involved in the study of Classical Nahuatl.
- Rules of the Aztec Language: Classical Nahuatl Grammar. Arthur J. O. …
Rules of the Aztec Language: Classical Nahuatl Grammar. Arthur J. O. Anderson. Grammatical Examples, Exercises, and Review for Use with Rules of the Aztec …
- Nahuatl Grammar | NEH Summer Institute for School Teachers …
R. Joe Campbell and Frances Karttunen, Foundation Course in Nahuatl Grammar. 1989. Volume I, Part I Volume I, Part II Volume II (whole volume in…
- Nahuatl | About World Languages
Dec 11, 2015 – Grammar Nahuatl is a polysynthetic language, i.e., it adds different kinds of affixes (prefixes and/or suffixes) to roots to form very long words.