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1. a heavily fleshed farm animal. 2. food withe much meat.
nɑkɑyoːtiɑ

to fatten birds or pigs; to put on weight or end up fat; to be accustomed to some vice or virtue; or, to get used to toil

for the yam of jicama to fill out.
nɑkɑyoːtɬ
Orthographic Variants: 
nacayo, nacatl, nacaiutl

flesh; body (when possessed); something pertaining to meat; something fleshy and fat, exclusive of bones (see Molina, Karttunen, and Lockhart)

Orthographic Variants: 
champochtli

an earring

for the ears to buzz (see Molina)

obstinacy, stubborness, or perverseness (see Molina)

nɑkɑsɑːnɑ

to make something square or block it (?) (see Molina)

the fifth ruler of the Toltecs at Tollan (Tula), a man

Anónimo mexicano, ed. Richley H. Crapo and Bonnie Glass-Coffin (Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, 2005), 8.

nɑkɑsko
Orthographic Variants: 
nacasco

beside, next to; the corner; in the ears; also: -nacazco and -nacaztlan, postpositions or suffixes found in place names

inside s.o. or an animal’s ear.
nɑkɑskoːloːtɬ

something used in making ink (see Molina)

nɑkɑskoːloːtɬiːlli

a type of ink (see Molina)

nɑkɑskotoktik

something, someone with a cropped ear (see Karttunen)

nɑkɑskoyoːniɑ
Orthographic Variants: 
nacazcoyōnia

for one's ear to get pierced; to pierce someone's ear (see Karttunen)

to pierce s.o.’s ear.
to pierce the ear of s.o.’s relative
Orthographic Variants: 
nacazqualo

to have an ear related disease, sickness (see Molina)