This language is the chosen common standardization for the human languages spoken throughout the craton. It is most closely based off the southeastern, middle-class Toltecatlan dialect. It is the first or second language of almost every human, but it is also the primary language of the tabaxi, and most gnomes and many lizardfolk speak it fluently. Real-world counterpart is Classical Nahuatl.
System of pictographs representing syllables. Some modify or silence each other, but it is generally quite phonetic and intuitive. Easy to learn.
Almost universally spoken in the C.A.S.A. and Tehuantepec, especially the northeast and southwest, and understood with some difficulty in Huehuetlan. Common second-language choice in Acatlan. Rarely spoken by residents of the unclaimed wildlands.Pronounciation help: http://homebrewery.naturalcrit.com/share/rJqj17eLW
- Spoken by
- Common Female Names
- Chalchiutl, Coaxoch, Cozamalotl, Coszcatl, Malinalxochitl, Quetzalxochitl, Tlalli, Tepin, Teiciuh, Centehua, Necahual, Eloxochitl, Xiloxoch, Xoco, Tepi
- Common Male Names
- Chimalli, Coyotl, Cuetlachtli, Huitzilin, Huitzilihuitl, Ilhicamina, Itztli, Milintica, Necalli, Nezahualpilli, Nopaltzin, Tezcacoatl, Xipilli, Tochtli, Itzcuintli
- Common Unisex Names
- Tlachinolli, Amoxtli, Ichtaca, Atl, Chicahua, Ihuicatl, Toltecatl, Citlalli, Ichnoyotl, Cualli, Xochitl, Etalpalli, Eztli, Ixtli, Meztli, Nochtli, Patli, Ohtli, Tenoch, Xipil, Ihuitl, Xiuhcoatl, Yaotl, Ahuiliztli, Yolotli, Mecatl, Itotia
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