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Nahuat language resources



Nahuat is spoken on a daily basis in: El Salvador Nahuat--> --> --> -->

Additional background on Nahuat

Pipil or Nawat is the language originally spoken by the Pipils of western El Salvador and still remembered by some of them, mostly elderly. The Pipils themselves and people in El Salvador generally refer the language as Nawat (in Spanish spelling, náhuat); Pipil as a name for the language is used by the international scholarly community, chiefly to differentiate it more clearly from Nahuatl. In this article the name Nawat will often be used whenever there is no risk of ambiguity.


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