1 Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, Faculty of Humanities, Københavns Universitet2 Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, Faculty of Humanities, Københavns Universitet
In Nahuatl, there are two applicative forms: the common form ends in -lia; the other more rare, in -ia. Traditionally regarded as ending in -ia as a variant with the same function. However, in urban Nahuatl as well as in a dialect spoken in Tacuapan, municipality of Cuetzalan (Sierra Norte de Puebla), the two forms are clearly distinguished by their function. In this paper we describe these functions.
Estudios De Cultura Nahuatl, 2012, Vol 44, p. 199-213
Det Humanistiske Fakultet; Applicative; Nahuatl; Nauatl; urban Nahuatl; Sierra Norte de Puebla