Medieval Naming Guides: Names from the New World

Names from the New World

Names from the New World

Names from the 1570 Census of Cozumel, by Mari ingen Briain meic Donnchada and Juliana de Luna
Names of indigenous people living on the island of Cozumel, which is located just off the east coast of Yucatan, Mexico. The names combine Spanish given names with bynames derived from Mayan.

Nahuatl Names: The Nahuatl names in the 1544 census of Morelos, by Magnus Pharao Hansen
Nahuatl names and etymologies from central Mexico.

Spanish Names from the 1591 Tlaxcala Census, by Kallinikos Gavras
Spanish names from a census of Tlaxcala residents, many of whom were indigenous Nahuatl speakers.

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