Index:Nahuatl

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This is the Nahuatl index. It is a list that should contain all Nahuatl terms correctly sorted. More topics and pages about this language may be found at Category:Nahuatl language. A complete list of language indices can be found at Index:All languages.

Suffixes[edit]

  • -co. at, in the place of
  • -pan. on, on top of
  • -tica. with, using, through.
  • -tlan. among, between.

Root Words[edit]

A[edit]

  • aca. Somebody, someone.
  • acahualli. Sunflower.
  • acattopa. First, in the first place.
  • achcauhtli. Leader
  • achi miecpa. Frequently.
  • achto. First
  • achtontli. Great-grandfather, ancestor.
  • achtopa. firstly, in the first place
  • aci. to arrive
  • acicamatl. To understand
  • ahuacatl. Testicle.
  • ahuiliztli. Joy
  • ahuitl. Aunt
  • aic. Never
  • altepepan. At the city
  • altepetl. City, town, population
  • amantecatl. Artisan,
  • amatl. Paper, codex (book)
  • amazolli. Old paper (tradition)
  • amehuan, amehuantin. You, plural reverential: amehuantzitzin. (pronoun)
  • ameyalli. Fountain, source.
  • amini. Hunter
  • amiqui. Thirsty (adj), to be thirsty.
  • amo. No
  • amo cualli. Bad, wrong.
  • amo ... zan. Not ... but.
  • amotlein. Nothing
  • amoxcalli. Library, also book shelf
  • amoxtli. Book
  • an-. You, plural (prefix).
  • ana. To take, to grab.
  • aocmo. Not any more.
  • aocmo huecauh. In a moment, just a moment.
  • apizmiqui. Famine, to be dying of hunger.
  • aquimamatcayoti. Stubbornness
  • aquin. Who (?) plural: aquique.
  • atenemachpan. Suddenly
  • atl. Water. reverential: atzintli.
  • atiacuihuayan. Artesian well.
  • atli. To drink water; to drink non-alcoholic beverages.
  • atolli. Atole, drink made of corn.
  • atonahui. Fever, to have f.
  • auh. And, but.
  • axihuayan. Hotel, lodging, sometimes refuge.
  • axiltia (nite-). To accompany.
  • axiltia (nitia-). To complete, to fulfill.
  • axitia. To get close, to come closer.
  • axixcalli. Restroom (sanitary)
  • axixmiqui. To have the need to go to the restroom.
  • ayamo. Not yet.
  • ayaxcanyotica. Slowly.
  • ayohui. Easily, easy.
  • ayotl. Turtle, tortoise.
  • ayotl. Juice. (long 'a' makes it different from 'tortoise)
  • azcatl. Ant.
  • azcapotzalli. Anthill.
  • azo zan. perhaps (?), maybe (?).

C[edit]

  • ca. To be. Because. plural: cate.
  • ca ye cualli. All right, OK.
  • cahua. To leave (release an object)
  • cahuitl. Time.
  • calacoayan. Door (THE door).
  • calaqui. To come in, to get inside.
  • calli. House. Also used as generic word for buildings.
  • calmanani. Architect.
  • calpolli. Tribe.
  • caltentli. Door.
  • camachaloa. To open one's mouth.
  • camactli. Mouth.
  • camanallahtoa. To joke.
  • camapaca. To wash one's mouth.
  • camapotoniliztli. Bad breath.
  • camatl. Mouth.
  • campa. Where (?).
  • can. Where (?), plural: canin.
  • caqui. To hear.
  • catca. Was, were.
  • caxitl. Bowl.
  • caxpechtli. Plate, dish (lit. 'bowl-bed')
  • caxtiltecatl. Spaniard.
  • caxtolli omei. Eighteen.
  • caxtolli once. Sixteen.
  • ce. One.
  • ce. One of (when followed by a pronown).
  • cecemilhuitica. Daily, Every day.
  • cemanahuatl. World, universe (figurative).
  • cemiac. Always, for ever.
  • cempanahuia. To exceed, to surpass, to outdo.
  • cempoalli. Twenty.
  • cenca. Very.
  • cenca cualli. Very well
  • cenquizca. Perfectly, completely
  • cenyohual. All night
  • cetl. Ice.
  • chantli. House. (home).
  • chia. To wait. past: ochix.
  • chicahuac. Healthy, strong, tough, hard. plural: chicahuaque.
  • chicnahui. Nine
  • chicoace. Six.
  • chicome. Seven.
  • chicuey. Eight.
  • chihua. To do, to make.
  • chihuilia. To do (to someone).
  • chipahua. To clean.
  • chiquihuitl. Basquet.
  • choca. To cry, weep. plural: chocah.
  • chocolatl. chocolate.
  • choloa. To flee, to run away.
  • choquilia. To cry, weep.
  • choquilitzatzi. To cry, bawl.
  • choquiltia. To make someone cry.
  • ciciammicqui. Tired, fatigued.
  • cihtli. Grandmother. Hare. plural: cicihtin.
  • cihuapillahtocatzintli. Queen.
  • cihuapilli. Lady, princess.
  • cihuatl. Woman, female. plural: cihuah.
  • cihuatotolin. Turkey hen.
  • citialin. Star.
  • ciyahui. To get tired.
  • coatl. Snake. plural: cocoah.
  • cochcahua. To let sleep
  • cochcayotl. Dinner
  • cochehua (nite-). To awake, awaken.
  • cochi. To sleep. plural: cochih.
  • cochiantli. Dormitory.
  • cochihuayan. Bedroom.
  • cochitlehua. To dream. "Seeing in your sleep".
  • cochitta. To dream. "Seeing in your dream". Visions (mystic).
  • cochmiqui. Sleepy, to be sleepy, drowsy.
  • cocoa. To hurt (suffer pain).
  • cococ. Hot, spicy.
  • cocotona. To dismember, destroy, demolish.
  • cocoxcacalli. Hospital.
  • cocoxcacalpan. At the hospital.
  • cocoxqui. Sick, diseased.
  • cohua. To buy, purchase.
  • colli. Grandfather. plural: coltin.
  • coloti. Scorpion.
  • comalli. Flat pan (for cooking)
  • comitl. Cooking pot.
  • conetl. Child, kid. plural: coconeh.
  • coni. To drink.
  • copina. To extract. (to get one thing out from another)
  • cotona. To cut.
  • cozamalotl. Rainbow.
  • cua. To eat.
  • cuacuahuitl. Horn, antler.
  • cuahuitl. Tree, log.
  • cuaitl. Head. (used only in composite words).
  • cualli. Well, good (adverb).
  • cualli ic. Good (adjective).
  • cuallotl. Goodness.
  • cuauhmaitl. Branch.
  • cuauhmayoh. That has branches.
  • cuauhtla. Woods, forest.
  • cueitl. Skirt.
  • cueponi. To grow.
  • cuetlachtli. Wolf
  • cueyatl. Frog.
  • cuica. To sing.
  • cuicani. Singer.
  • cuicatl. Song.
  • cuico. Singing.
  • cuicoa. Singing.
  • cuicuizcati. Swallow (bird).
  • cuitlatl. Excrement.
  • cuitlaxcolli. Guts.
  • cuix. Maybe, could it be...
  • cuix ye huecanh. Has it been long since… (?).

E[edit]

  • eiehuia. To wish. To desire.
  • etl. Beans.

H[edit]

  • hikuri. Sacred peyote medicine
  • huauhtli. Amaranth.
  • hualehua. To come.
  • hualhuica. To bring, fetch.
  • huallauh. To come. past: ohualia.
  • hualmonochilia. To call (ask someone to come).
  • hualnemi. To be born.
  • hualquiztia. To go out. Future.
  • hualtepotztoca. To follow (someone).
  • hueca. Far, distant.
  • huecauhtica. For a while, for some time (short).
  • huehca. Far.
  • huehue. Old. plural: huehuetque.
  • huehuetlahtolli. Old word. Cultural legacy, tradition, culture.
  • hueitlamahuizoltica. Wonderfully
  • huel. Right, well. Is used as 'can' with another verb in future tense.
  • huelic. Tasty, good.
  • hueltiuhtli. Sister.
  • huetzca. To laugh.
  • huetzi. To fall down.
  • huetzquitia. To make laugh.
  • huexolotl. Turkey.
  • huica. To take (something-someone to another place).
  • huilotl. Pigeon.
  • huiptla. The day after tomorrow.
  • huitzitzilin. Hummingbird.

I[edit]

  • i. To drink
  • ic. That's why, because.
  • ica. With.
  • ica paquiliztli. Gladly.
  • icalixpan. In front of someone's home
  • ichantzinco. In someone's home, to someone's home.
  • ichcatl. Lamb.
  • ichpochtli. Young woman. plural: ichpopochtin.
  • icihuahuatzin. Wife.
  • iciuhca. Quickly, Fast.
  • icniuhtli. Brother, friend.
  • icnotl. Poor.
  • icpalli. Chair, stool.
  • icuac. When. While.
  • icuitlapan. Behind.
  • icxitl. Foot, (human) leg, (animal) back leg.
  • ihcuiloa. To write.
  • ihcuilotic. It is written that
  • ihtoa. To talk, to say.
  • ihuan. And.
  • ihuicpa. From.
  • ilhuia. To tell.
  • ilhuicatl. Sky, heaven. ilhuicac.- At the sky, at heaven.
  • imacaci. To fear, to be afraid.
  • in aquin. The one who - .
  • in canin. Where. At.
  • in ihuicpa. From
  • in oquic. While.
  • in oyuh. Once that -, as soon as -
  • in quenin. How.
  • in tiein. The one that, the one which.
  • in xochtl in cuicatl. Poetry, poem.
  • in yuh. Like, as.
  • inech monequi. It's necessary.
  • inin. This.
  • iniquein. These.
  • iniqueon. Those.
  • inon. That.
  • intia. If.
  • intzalan. Between.
  • ipan. On, on top of.
  • itech calli. Inside the house.
  • ititl. Belly.
  • itqui. To take, to carry.
  • itquin. When (?).
  • itta. To see.
  • itzcuintli. Dog. plural: itzcuintin.
  • ixcueloa. To nod (say yes with the head).
  • ixmati. To know. past: oquixmat.
  • ixquich. Every, everything, all.
  • ixtelolotl. Eye.
  • izcatqui. Here is -, this is it.
  • iztac. White.
  • iztalia. To whiten.
  • iztatl. Salt.
  • iztaya. To become white.
  • iztitl. Finger nail.

M[edit]

  • ma. To hunt.
  • ma xipatinemi. May you be well, farewell.
  • maca. To give.
  • macamo. Negation. macamo xitequipacho = do not worry.
  • macehualli. Commoner, not of the nobility.
  • machiotil Signal. reverential: machiotzintli.
  • machtia. To teach, to show.
  • macuilli. Five.
  • macuilli ic. Fifth.
  • maitl. Hand.
  • maiahua. To slip.
  • maquixtia. To save, to release, to set free.
  • mati. To know.
  • matlactli. Ten.
  • matli. Arm, (animal) front leg.
  • mauhcatlayecoani. Coward.
  • maxitia. To come closer, to get closer. (from moaxitia).
  • mayana. Hunger, to be hungry.
  • mazatl. Deer. plural: mamazah.
  • mecatl. Rope.
  • mehua. To get up, to stand up.
  • melahuac. Straight.
  • metlatl. Grinding stones.
  • metzli. Herb.
  • meztli Moon. Month.
  • mexicatl. Mexican.
  • michin. Fish.
  • mictia. To kill.
  • mihtoa. It is said that.
  • millacatl. Farmer, country laborer.
  • miqui. To die.
  • mitz-. - you, to you.
  • miztli. Puma, cougar.
  • mizton. Cat.
  • mocactia. To put shoes on.
  • mocahuilia. To leave (something)
  • mocehuia. To rest.
  • mocentlalia, To gather, reunite.
  • mochantia. To reside, to live at.
  • mochi. Everything, all. plural: mochintin.
  • mochihua. To happen (an event).
  • mochihua. To become, to turn into.
  • mochipa. Always.
  • mocochcayotia. To dine, have dinner.
  • mococoa. To be sick.
  • mocuepa. To transform oneself, to turn into.
  • mohuelmati. To feel good.
  • molcaxitl. Grinding stone (for salsa).
  • momaquilia. To give.
  • momaquixtilia. To free, to liberate.
  • momatequia. To wash one's hands.
  • momauhtia. To be frightened.
  • momayahui. To throw oneself.
  • momotzoa. To rub, massage.
  • momoztlae. Daily, every day.
  • monamictia. To marry.
  • monequiltia. To love.
  • mopopolhuilia. To forgive.
  • moquetza. To stand up.
  • motenehua. One's name, to be called (used as a verb).
  • motlalia. Sit on, to be placed at
  • motlaquentia. To get dressed.
  • motlatoa. To run.
  • moyetztica. To be. Plural, reverential: moyetzicate.
  • moztla. Tomorrow

N[edit]

  • nacaocuilin. Maggot (lit. 'meat-worm')
  • nacatl. Meat.
  • nacayotl. Body.
  • nacaztli. Ear.
  • nahualli. Warlock, witch.
  • nahuatia. To command, to order.
  • nahuatlahtolli. Nahuatl language.
  • nahuatlatoltica. In nahuatl language.
  • nahui. Four.
  • nalquiza. To pass, pass by.
  • namaca. To sell.
  • namictli. Husband, wife.
  • nanquilia. To answer, to respond.
  • nantli. Mother. plural: nantin. Reverential: nantzintli.
  • ne, nehua, nehuatl. I, me.
  • nech-. To me.
  • neci. To appear (materialize).
  • nehnemi. To walk.
  • nelhuayotl. Root, base, foundation.
  • nemachtiloyan. School.
  • nemi. To live.
  • nenepilli. Tongue.
  • nequi. To want.
  • neuctli. Honey.
  • ni-. I, me (as a prefix).
  • nican. Here.
  • niltze. Hello (!).
  • niman. Later, afterwards.
  • nimanic. Right away, now.
  • nimitzittaz. I'll see you.
  • nixtamalli. Corn paste for tortillas or tamales.
  • no. Also.
  • nocenyeliz. My family.
  • nochtli. Cactus (nopal).
  • nohuan. With me.
  • nohuican. Also, too.
  • noihuan. Also, too.
  • notza. To call someone, to talk with someone.
  • notzontecon. My head.
  • noyuhqui. Also, too.
  • nozo. Or, either.

O[edit]

  • oc. Still, yet.
  • oc achi. More. A little more.
  • oc cequi. Another. plural: oc cequin.
  • oc yohuatzinco. Very early, at dawn.
  • occe. Another.
  • occe tlamantli. Something else, one more thing.
  • occepa. Again.
  • occequi. Another. plural: occequintin.
  • ocelotl. Jaguar.
  • ocnamacoyan. Bar, liquor store.
  • ocuilin. Worm, maggot.
  • ohtli. Road, way, trail.
  • ohualla. Came.
  • ome. Two.
  • omitl. Bone.
  • ompa. There.
  • onehua. To depart.
  • oni. To drink.
  • onimitzittac. I saw you.
  • onimitzittacca. I had seen you.
  • opoch. Left (side).
  • opochtli. Left (side).
  • oquichtli. Male. plural: oquichtin.
  • otiacicoh. We have arrived.
  • oztotl. Cave.
  • oztoc: In the cave.

P[edit]

  • paca. To wash.
  • pactia. To please, to give pleasure.
  • pahcalli. Drugstore.
  • pahpiani. Pharmaceutic (profession).
  • pahti. To cure
  • pahtia. To cure
  • pahtli. Medicine.
  • palehuia. To help.
  • paltic. Wet.
  • pampa. Because
  • panoltia. To invite someone in.
  • papaca. To wash.
  • papalotl. Butterfly.
  • papatlaca. To tremble, to shiver, to shake.
  • paqui. To be happy.
  • patlani. To fly.
  • patzca. To squeeze, to juice.
  • pechtli. Bed.
  • pehua (ni-). To start, to begin.
  • pehua (nic-). To win, to triumph.
  • petlatl. Bed.
  • pilli. Son.
  • pilli. Noble, prince.
  • piltzintli. Son. (Reverential)
  • pitzahuac. Thin,. plural: pitzahuaque.
  • pitzotl. Pig.
  • pochtecatl. Merchant, salesperson.
  • poctli. Smoke.
  • pohua. To count, to read.
  • popoca. To smoke.
  • potoni. To stink, to smell bad.

Q[edit]

  • quema. Yes.
  • quenin. How (?)
  • quenin otimohuicac? How did it go ?.
  • quezqui. How much? How many?
  • quilmach. It is said, they say.
  • quimichin. Mouse.
  • quin axcan. Recently, a short while ago.
  • quin tepan. Later, afterwards.
  • quiyahui. To rain.
  • quiyahuitl. Rain.
  • quiza. To go out.
  • quizaliztli. Migration, departure.

T[edit]

  • tahtli. Father. plural: tahtin. reverential: tahtzintli.
  • tamalli. Tamale.
  • te, tehua, tehuatl. You. reverential: tehuatzin.
  • tech-. We, to us.
  • techalotl. Squirrel.
  • teci. To grind.
  • tecolotl. Owl.
  • tecuani. Wild beast.
  • tecuhtli. Lord. plural, reverential : tecuhtzintli.
  • tehuan, tehuantin. We, us.
  • Teica ?. Why ?.
  • tel. But.
  • telpochcalli. College, university.
  • telpochtli. Boy, young man. plural: telpopochtin.
  • temachtiani. Teacher, tutor. plural: temachtianimeh, reverential: temachticatzintli.
  • temamauhti. Horrible, terrifying, scary. plural: temamauhtique.
  • temazcalli. Steam bath.
  • temo. To descend, to go down.
  • temoa. To look for.
  • teneyeyecoitiliztli. Temptation.
  • teniza. To breakfast.
  • tennamiqui. To kiss.
  • tentli. Lip. Edge, border.
  • tentzontli. Moustache, whiskers.
  • teocalli. Temple.
  • teocuitlatl. Gold (literally, wonderful waste).
  • teopixqui. Priest. plural: teopixque.
  • teotl. Wonderful, awesome. Terrifying. To some scholars, God.
  • teotlac. Afternoon, during the afternoon.
  • tepahtiani. Doctor, medic, healer.
  • tepec. Hill.
  • tepehuani. Conquistador.
  • tepepan. At the hill, in the wilderness.
  • tepetl. Mountain, volcano.
  • tepolli. Penis.
  • teponaxtli. Snail.
  • tequipachoa. To worry.
  • tequipanoa. To work, to labor.
  • tetl. Stone, rock.
  • texocotl. Tejocote (small winter fruit).
  • texocotzopelloti. Tejocote jam, preserved tejocotes.
  • ti-. You (singular). Us (subject prefix).
  • ticitl. Doctor, medic, healer.
  • titlani. To send.
  • tlaca. Afternoon. Late.
  • tlacachihua. To procreate, to have children.
  • tlacamati. To obey.
  • tlacamatli. Obedience.
  • tlacatecolotl. Devil. Literally "Afternoon Owl", "Owl man".
  • tlacatilia. To get pregnant, conception.
  • tlacatl. Person. plural: tlacah. Reverential: tlacatzintli.
  • tlachia. To look, to see.
  • tlachpana. To sweep, To broom.
  • tlacua. To eat, to feed.
  • tlacualchihualoyan. Kitchen.
  • tlacualli. Food.
  • tlacualoyan. Diner, dining room.
  • tlacualtia. To feed, to give food.
  • tlahtlacolli. Offense.
  • tlahtli. Uncle.
  • tlahtoa. To talk, to speak.
  • tlahtoani. King. plural: tlahtoanime.
  • tlahtocayotl. Kingdom, state, nation.
  • tlahtolli. Language, tongue, Word, speech.
  • tlahtoque. Nobles, princes.
  • tlahuilli. Light.
  • tlalia. To put.
  • tlalticpac. At or on the earth.
  • tlamachtilli. Pupil. plural: tlamachtiltin.
  • tlamaneloa. To swim.
  • tlamatini. Wise person, wisdom. plural: tlamatinime.
  • tlami. To finish. past: otlan.
  • tlaneci. Dawn.
  • tlanequiliztli. Will, willpower.
  • tlantli. Tooth.
  • tlaocoya. Sad, to be sad.
  • tlaolli. Corn.
  • tlapaloa. To greet.
  • tlapalotiuh. To go to greet someone.
  • tlapana. To break.
  • tlapoa. To open. (as well, 'tlapohua')
  • tlapopolhuia. To forgive.
  • tlaquemitl. Clothes.
  • tlathui. Dawn.
  • tlatla. To burn.
  • tlatlacalhuia. To offense, to insult.
  • tlatlani. To ask (a question).
  • tlatlatilcuahuitl. Firewood.
  • tlatquitl. Patrimony.
  • tlatzacuillotl. Door (THE door).
  • tlatzomia. To meow.
  • tlaxcalchihua. To make tortillas.
  • tlaxcalli. Tortillas, bread.
  • tlaxcalmana. To make bread.
  • tlaza. To bring down, to knock down.
  • tlazocamati. Thanks, Thank you.
  • tlazohtla. To love.
  • tlazolli. Garbage, waste.
  • tle inic amo. Why not ?.
  • tle ipampa. Why ?.
  • tleca. Why ?.
  • tleco. To climb, to go up.
  • tlecuil. Stove.
  • tlecuilco. On the stove.
  • tlecuilli. Stove, cooking fire.
  • tlen. What.
  • tletl. Fire.
  • toca. To sow.
  • toca. To bury.
  • tocaitl. Name. reverential: tocatzintli.
  • tocatl. Spider.
  • tochtli. Rabbit.
  • tohtli. Falcon
  • toltecatl. Wise one, Science man, Knowledgeable.
  • tomahuac. Fat, thick.
  • tonalli. Day.
  • tonehua. To hurt, to suffer pain.
  • totechmonequi, totech monequi. We need.
  • totolayotl. Chicken soup.
  • totolin. Turkey.
  • totoltetl. Egg.
  • tototl. Bird.
  • tozquitl. Throat.
  • tzacua. To close.
  • tzahualli, spider web.
  • tzatzi. To scream, to shout.
  • tzontecomatl. Head.
  • tzontli. Hair.
  • tzopelic. Sweet.

X[edit]

  • xacamitl. Adobe
  • xayacatl. Face.
  • xihuitl. Herb. Leaf. Year.
  • xinachtli. Seed.
  • xiquipiltontli. Bag.
  • xitomatl. Tomato.
  • xochicualli. Fruit (lit. flower-good)
  • xochitl. Flower.
  • xococ. Sour.
  • xocotl. Plum.
  • xocoyotzin. The smallest, the youngest.
  • xonacatl. Onion.
  • xoncalaqui. Get in (!).
  • xoxoctic. Green.

Y[edit]

  • yacatl. Nose.
  • yalhua. Yesterday.
  • yancuic. New.
  • yauh. To go.
  • ye. Ready, done.
  • ye tlaca. It's late.
  • ye, yehua, yehuatl. He, she, it. reverential: yehuatzin.
  • yec. Right (side).
  • yeccaqui. To understand, to comprehend.
  • yeceh. Though, nonetheless.
  • yectenehua. To bless, to sanctify.
  • yectli. Good, beautiful, pretty, nice. plural: yeyectin.
  • yehuan, yehuantin. They. reverential: yehuantzitzin.
  • yei. Three.
  • yemania. To become soft.
  • yemanilia. To make soft.
  • yencuic. New.
  • yencuilia. To make new.
  • yencuiya. To become new.
  • yetiayohuac. It's night, It's late.
  • yetic. Heavy.
  • yetl. Bean.
  • yohuac. Night.
  • yohualtica. At night.
  • yolcatl. Insect.
  • yoli. To live.
  • yollotl. Heart.
  • yolpaqui. To be happy.
  • yuhquin. Like this, this way.

Z[edit]

  • zan niman. Right away, immediately.
  • zan tepitzin. Just a little. exp
  • zatepan. Later. adj
  • zatlatzonco. Lastly, finally. con
  • zayolin. Fly (the insect). sus
  • zazanilli. Story, tale. sus
  • zolin. Quail. sus
  • zoquipan. In the mud. exp
  • zoquitl. Mud. sus
  • zoquiyo. Muddy. exp

a[edit]

ahhuachpōctli

c[edit]

cītlalin

ch[edit]

chāntli

cu[edit]

cuxin

e[edit]

eztli

h[edit]

hu[edit]

huehxōlōtl

i[edit]

ihīyōtl

l[edit]

m[edit]

mihtohtli

n[edit]

nochtli
nohpalli

o[edit]

oquichtli

p[edit]

pahtli

qu[edit]

Quetzalcoatl
quiquiztli

t[edit]

tōtōtl

tl[edit]

tlapetlānilli

tz[edit]

tzictli

x[edit]

xīhuitl

y[edit]

yōltlazohtlaliztli

Xocoyotzin means Junior or smallest/youngest

z[edit]

zānīlli