grandfather (only attested in possessed form; see Karttunen)
-HUĒITĀTAH only attested in possessed form grandfather / su abuelito (Z for possessed form) [(2)Zp.4,158]. Z also has the phrase TĀTAH HUĒ(I) with the same sense. This is peculiar to Z; the common Nahuatl word for ‘grandfather’ is CŌL-LI See HUĒ(I), TAH-TLI. Frances Karttunen, An Analytical Dictionary of Nahuatl (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1992), 86.