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|notes=The code <tt>nah</tt> comprehends all Nahuatl variants and dialects, but within MediaWiki projects, the code makes reference to [[wikipedia:Classical Nahuatl language|Classical Nahuatl language]], which ISO 639-3 code is <tt>nci</tt> and so it will be translated. Therefore, <tt>nah</tt> makes reference to Classical Nahuatl language rather than its modern variants. The most widely spoken five variants however will be gradually included in this page, the five as follow: [[wikipedia:Guerrero Nahuatl|Guerrero Nahuatl]] <tt>ngu</tt>, [[wikipedia:Huasteca Nahuatl|huasteco Nahuatl]] <tt>nch</tt>, [[wikipedia:Orizaba Nahuatl|Veracruz Nahuatl]] <tt>nlv</tt>, [[wikipedia:Tlaxcala-Puebla Nahuatl|Tlaxcala-Puebla Nahuatl]] <tt>nhn</tt> and Morelos <tt>nhm</tt>.}}
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|notes=The code <tt>nah</tt> in ISO 639-2 was for a collection of languages now part of ISO 639-5 (not really a macrolanguage for ISO 639-3, because they are not easily intelligible between each other) which comprehends all Nahuatl variants and dialects, but within MediaWiki projects, the code makes reference to [[wikipedia:Classical Nahuatl language|Classical Nahuatl language]], which ISO 639-3 code is <tt>nci</tt> and so it will be translated.<br /> Therefore, <tt>nah</tt> makes reference to Classical Nahuatl language rather than its modern variants (which are different enough to be encoded and translated separately, even if Classical Nahuatl ''may eventually'' be used as a common fallback for the modern variants; however the modern variants are creolized with the dominant Spanish language, so Spanish ''could'' be a better fallback for them than Classical Nahuatl).<br /> The most widely spoken five variants however will be gradually included in this page, the five as follow: [[wikipedia:Guerrero Nahuatl|Guerrero Nahuatl]] <tt>ngu</tt>, [[wikipedia:Huasteca Nahuatl|huasteco Nahuatl]] <tt>nch</tt>, [[wikipedia:Orizaba Nahuatl|Veracruz Nahuatl]] <tt>nlv</tt>, [[wikipedia:Tlaxcala-Puebla Nahuatl|Tlaxcala-Puebla Nahuatl]] <tt>nhn</tt> and Morelos <tt>nhm</tt>.
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