Nahuatl

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a member of any of various Indian peoples of central Mexico

the Uto-Aztecan language spoken by the Nahuatl

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Richard Andrews's Introduction to Classical Nahuatl (1975), works by Michel Launey and Una Canger, and a 1983 photo reproduction of the 1645 edition by the prestigious Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mexico.
The scholar John Bierhorst denies the interpretation of signature entirely and does not accept the attribution of any classical Nahuatl poems to any particular poet; he sees the "I am" formula as meaning that the singer is calling down a spirit.