||This user has no knowledge of Orizaba Nahuatl (or understands it with considerable difficulty).
- Language (ISO 639)
- ISO 639-1 : (none)
- ISO 639-2 : (none)
- ISO 639-3 : nlv | OmegaWiki
- Script (ISO 15924)
- Latn or 215, supported in Unicode since version 1.1 with the alias Latin (Latin) : Translation tool | Recent changes
- Wikimedia projects [nlv:]
- Wikipedia (Incubator), Wiktionary, Wikibooks, Wikiquote, Wikinews, Wikivoyage, Wikisource, Wikiversity
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. The most widely spoken seven variants however will be gradually included in this page, being the first five as follow: Southeastern Puebla nhs, Isthmus-Meyacapan nhx, Huejutla [unknown], Orizaba nlv and Morelos nhm.