noun, plural Na·hua·tls, (especially collectively) Na·hua·tl.
Origin of Nahuatl
Examples from the Web for nahuatl
Historical Examples of nahuatl
The proper names in the legend have nothing of a Nahuatl appearance.
Several of the names of the seven “men of Mayapan” have a Nahuatl appearance.
It is of Aztec origin, as in the Nahuatl language tepeuani means “conqueror.”
The last four names given are clearly Nahuatl, as is also Zuchitan.
Daqui; the letter d does not occur either in Cakchiquel or Nahuatl.
1822, from Spanish, from Nahuatl (Aztec) Nahuatl, the people's name, "something that makes an agreeable sound; someone who speaks well or speaks one's own language." As a language name, usually in the compound form nahuatlahotol-li.