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Excerpt from Diccionario de Aztequismos, ó Sea Catalogo de las Palabras del Idioma Nahuatl, Azteca ó Mexicano, Introducidas al Idioma Castellano Bajo. Diccionario de seudoaztequismos ; o sea, Cata?logo de palabras exo?ticas al castellano, que se reputan aztequismos o mexicanismos, por el Lic. Cecilio A. Diccionario de aztequismos, ó sea, Catalogo de las palabras del idioma nahuatl, azteca ó mexicano, introducidas al idioma castellano bajo diversas formas.
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