The English Language
Borrowed Words From
The words from this language include food items ("chocolate", "guacamole"), fruits and vegetables ("tomato"), animals ("coyote") and place names ("Guatemala", "Mexico").
The TL ending is very common in Nahuatl.
|avocado||from 'ahuacatl', testicle||One of many food words from Nahuatl.|
|chilli||Spicy food relish.|
|chocolate||'Choco' is the name of the bean, 'atl' is water.|
|coyote||from 'coyotl'||A type of prairie dog.|
|guacamole||A spicy avocado paste from Central America.|
|Guatemala||Central American country.|
|Mexico||The Aztec war god. North American country.|
|ocelot||Central American cat.|
|shack||from 'xacatli', wooden hut|