Nahuatl is a language spoken in Mexico that maybe you've never heard of until now. But guess what? You know a word in Nahuatl.
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- Uto-Aztecan Languages on Wikipedia - check the Wikipedia page for an introduction to the Uto-Aztecan family.
- The Flower Tree Poem - the whole poem I quote at the end of the podcast.
- More Nahuatl poem suggestions - a Quora post with more suggestions for poems in Nahuatl.
- An app to learn Nahuatl - if you're curious to learn a few words, this looks like a great start!
- Starter Lessons - Self-proclaimed 'Inadequate' Nahuatl Lessons.