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- Language (ISO 639)
- ISO 639-1 : (none)
- ISO 639-2 : (none)
- ISO 639-3 : nci | OmegaWiki
- ISO 639-5 : (none)
- Script (ISO 15924)
- Latn or 215, supported in Unicode since version 1.1 with the alias Latin (Latin) : (disabled)
- Wikimedia projects [nci:]
- Wikipedia (Incubator), Wiktionary, Wikibooks, Wikiquote, Wikinews, Wikivoyage, Wikisource, Wikiversity
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The code nah comprehends all Nahuatl variants and dialects, but within MediaWiki projects, the code makes reference to Classical Nahuatl language, which ISO 639-3 code is nci and so it will be translated. Therefore, nah makes reference to Classical Nahuatl language rather than its modern variants.