Information about counting in Nahuatl, an Uto-Aztecan language
spoken mainly in central Mexico.
Ordinal numbers are formed with ic,
e.g. ic ce = 1st, ic ome = 2nd, ic yei = third, and so on.
Information compiled by Pierre Sánchez
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