How To Use Uto-aztecan language In A Sentence

  • A tribe speaking a Uto-Aztecan language.
  • Náhuatl: Uto-Aztecan language spoken by native Mexicans who, in preconquest era, inhabited the central Valley of Mexico and points southeast, as far as Guatemala. neyolmelahualiztli: Nahuas 'rite of confession, or "straightening one's heart," a practice that restored internal equilibrium. ololiuhqui: various hallucinogenic plants, among them Rivea corymbosa. partera: midwife. pasmo: respiratory illness. peste: pestilence. pintura de castas: colonial-era paintings showing different racial mixes of people. plethora: in humoral medicine, the condition of too much blood, resulting in an imbalance of the humors. Pestilence and Headcolds: Encountering Illness in Colonial Mexico
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