Principal English Translation: 

a stone apetlatl, i.e. a stone terrace or platform at the base of a pyramid

Attestations from sources in English: 

"teapetlatl" is a gloss for a hieroglyph that appears on the Mapa de Cempoala (Cempohuallan), from what is now the state of Hidalgo. The glyph shows four red, intersecting stones, the center covered with what may be a petlatl (but it is not woven), and on top of the petlatl, a water symbol. Thus. the glyph spells out the components tetl, atl, and petlatl.

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