(a loanword from Spanish)
to sign, add a signature
(from firmar, a Spanish loanword)
nicfirmarohua ... ticfirmarohua mochi y testigos (Centlalpan, Chalco, 1736) The authors add: also seen as firmarohua; this is a loan from Spanish, firmar, with the -oa ending added, as was the custom by 1700 for Nahuatlizing a Spanish verb; this new verb loan would then be conjugated and have added reverential, applicative, direct and indirect object markers: e.g. onicfirmaro = I signed it.
Oquimofirmarhui in toapoderadotzin = our proxy signed for us (Azcapotzalco, 1738)