Definición de Mazahua en inglés

Mazahua

Pronunciación /məˈzɑːwə/

nombre

  • 1A member of a Central American Indian people inhabiting an area of Mexico to the north and west of Mexico City.

  • 2(Any one of) the Oto-Pamean languages spoken by the Mazahuas.

adjetivo

  • Of, relating to, or designating the Mazahuas or their language.

Origen

Late 18th century. From American Spanish mazahua from Mazahua mazahua, self-designation.