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nɑkɑɑːjoːtɬ
nɑkɑkɑːwɑlispɑn
Orthographic Variants: 
nacacaualizpan
nɑkɑseh
Orthographic Variants: 
nacaceh

something possessing ears (see Karttunen)

1. for a sleeping person to roll onto his or her side. 2. for a house or post to lean to one side.
# palo y casa se inclina poquito. “Mateo quicaltepanohqui su casa y ahora se inclinó porque no lo paro bien el puntal”.
to lay s.o. on their side.
# una persona voltea un poco el cuerpote otro y se queda inclinado. “Delfina inclina su hijo porque acababa de comer para que no se empache”.

to step aside (see Molina)

nɑkɑsik

on the side (see Karttunen)

nɑkɑsikɑwiːkɑ
Orthographic Variants: 
nacacicahuīca

to make something get out of line, to carry something on its (see Karttunen)

nɑkɑsikɑteːkɑ
Orthographic Variants: 
nacacicatēca

to sleep on one’s side; to lay something down on its side (see Karttunen)

nɑkɑsikteːkɑ

the name of a ruler of Tenochtitlan (see Annals of His Time)

nɑkɑsittɑ

to gaze upon someone with affection, to cast someone a sidelong glance (see Karttunen)

nɑkɑkwɑː
Orthographic Variants: 
nacacuā

to eat flesh (see Karttunen)

for a person or animal to eat meat.
person or animal that eats meat.
to take s.o.’s meat from them in order to eat it.