Vocabulario en lengua castellana y mexicana

Vocabulario en lengua castellana y mexicana

Infobox Book
name = Vocabulario en lengua castellana y mexicana


author = Alonso de Molina
country = Mexico
language = Spanish and Nahuatl
genre = Dictionary
publisher = Antonio de Spinosa
release_date = 1571

"Vocabulario en lengua castellana y mexicana" is a bilingual dictionary of Spanish and Nahuatl by Alonso de Molina, first published in 1571. It has approximately 23,600 entries, [cite book |author=Karttunen, Frances |year=1983 |title=An Analytical Dictionary of Nahuatl |publisher=University of Texas Press |pages=xv] and grew out of his earlier dictionary, "Aqui comienca un vocabulario en la lengua castellana y mexicana", which had only Spanish-to-Nahuatl, and no Nahuatl-to-Spanish section.cite book |author=Lockhart, James |year=2001 |title=Nahuatl as Written: lessons in older written Nahuatl, with copious examples and texts |publisher=Stanford University Press |pages=152]

Molina's "Vocabulario" is considered the most important dictionary of Classical Nahuatl, and has continued to be reprinted into the 20th century. [cite book |author=Andrews, J. Richard |year=2005 |title=Introduction to Classical Nahuatl |others=revised edition |publisher=University of Oklahoma Press |pages=658] It is typically referred to simply as Molina.

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