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PD-50010-09
An Online Nahuatl Lexical Database: Bridging Past, Present, and Future Speakers
Stephanie Wood, University of Oregon

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Nahuatl Dictionary (Web Resources)
Title: Nahuatl Dictionary
Author: Stephanie Wood
Author: John Sullivan
Author: Eduardo de la Cruz Cruz
Author: Abelardo de la Cruz de la Cruz
Author: Delfina de la Cruz de la Cruz
Author: Victoriano de la Cruz Cruz
Author: Sabina Cruz de la Cruz
Author: Ofelia Cruz Morales
Author: Catalina Cruz de la Cruz
Author: Manuel de la Cruz Cruz
Abstract: An open-access trilingual (Nahuatl, English, and Spanish) dictionary of early and contemporary Nahuatl. The early Nahuatl includes primarily examples from manuscripts from the central highlands of Mexico. The contemporary Nahuatl is primarily Eastern Huastecan Nahuatl, with a focus on the contributions of native speakers from Chicontepec, Veracruz.
Year: 2007
Primary URL: http://whp.uoregon.edu/dictionaries/nahuatl/index.lasso
Primary URL Description: This URL is subject to change, possibly to another URL at the University of Oregon, and possibly off campus.

Tlahtolxitlauhcayotl; Chicontepec, Veracruz (Book)
Title: Tlahtolxitlauhcayotl; Chicontepec, Veracruz
Author: John Sullivan
Author: Eduardo de la Cruz Cruz
Author: Abelardo de la Cruz de la Cruz
Author: Delfina de la Cruz de la Cruz
Author: Victoriano de la Cruz Cruz
Author: Sabina Cruz de la Cruz
Author: Ofelia Cruz Morales
Author: Catalina Cruz de la Cruz
Author: Manuel de la Cruz Cruz
Abstract: This is a monolingual dictionary of contemporary Eastern Huastecan Nahuatl. The same dictionary is a part of our online, open-access Nahuatl Dictionary, but this version is intentionally monolingual, directed toward native speakers.
Year: 2016
Publisher: IDIEZ and University of Warsaw, Faculty of "Artes Liberales"
Type: Other
ISBN: 978-83-63636-5
Copy sent to NEH?: No

Early Nahuatl Library (Web Resources)
Title: Early Nahuatl Library
Author: Stephanie Wood
Abstract: An open-access digital collection of early Nahuatl manuscripts with images of the pages, transcriptions, and English translations. We also have some introductions and some Spanish translations. This collection was built, in part, with the idea of harvesting word usage and translations for the online Nahuatl Dictionary that was funded by the NEH-NSF Documenting Endangered Languages grant.
Year: 2013
Primary URL: http://enl.uoregon.edu
Primary URL Description: This is a website at the University of Oregon.


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