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dragonfly (partially a loanword from Spanish, from avión, airplane)

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to step in water and get one’s feet wet after all.
to take water inside a building after all.
to put an animal or a thing in water and get it wet after all.

grooved, furrowed

(central Mexico, sixteenth century)
R. Joe Campbell, Florentine Codex Vocabulary, 1997 .

reed (central Mexico, sixteenth century)
R. Joe Campbell, Florentine Codex Vocabulary, 1997 .

a field of cane or reeds (see Molina)

the goddess who owns the water (see attestations)
Fernando Horcasitas, "La narrativa oral náhuatl (1920–1975)," Estudios de Cultura Náhuatl 13 (1978), 177–209, see 183.

to gossip (see Molina)

Orthographic Variants: 
ahachi

not a little; much

to wait one’s turn to get water after all.
to put s.o. or s.t. in water and get it wet after all.

to be a servant to another person

ɑɑhsi

to come to know something completely; to have a special familiarity with people of high status; or, to get hurt passing through stickers or thorns (see Molina)

ɑɑhsini

one who comes to know something completely or who has a personal conversation with people of high status (see Molina)

ɑɑkki

furious

the act of trotting

ɑɑktiw

to trot, go along trotting (see Molina); to hang (see Lockhart); may also have something to do with being buried (see Sahagún, attestations)

to take water from the well after all.