Salutations and Other Basics in Nahuatl

Salutations and Other Basics in Nahuatl

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Salutations and the Basics

The words contained in these recordings were done in the conventions of la Huasteca Veracruzana. Other dialects of Nahuatl might use different words, please keep that in mind. The pronunciation also follows the style of la Huasteca Veracruzana.


No

      axtlen

Yes – Si

      quena

 


Problem – Problema

      cualantli

It is good/okay – Esta bien

      cualtitoc

Salutation (used among women) – Saludo (usado entre mujeres)

      hoo

Good, okay, very well (denotes approval, acceptance, agreement, assent, or acknowledgment) – Bueno (denota aprobación)

      huenoh

I salute (greet) you (used among Macehualmeh) – Saludo (usado entre macehualmeh)

      nimitztlahpaloz

Salutation – Saludo

      niyohua

Salutation (used for coyomeh) – Saludo (para coyomeh)

      piyali

See you later – Nos vemos

      timoittazceh

See you soon – Nos vemos pronto


      timoittazcehyoc

Salutation (Used among men) – Salud0 (Usado entre hombres)

      timomelahuah

Thank you – Gracias

      tlazcamati

What’s up? – ¿Que paso? (Saludo)

      tlempanoc

Forgive me / Sorry – Perdon/ Lo Siento

      xinechtlapopolhui

There isn’t any – No hay

      axoncah
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