Take Huitzilopochtli, the typically tongue-twisting Aztec name of an old hummingbird god.
Filming in Mexico City, where his tutor would supplement world-history lessons with trips to nearby Aztec ruins.
Standouts were the liquidy column dresses, presented in colors named chili pepper and Aztec blue.
Los Angeles was wonderfully exotic; a polyglot mix of Aztec, Incan, Mayan and New World scents and sounds.
The Spaniards capitalized on her Aztec roots to colonize Mexico.
It is impossible to enter here into details on the ancient Aztec society.
The love of the Aztec race for warm, bright colors is seen everywhere.
The early migrations of the two Aztec bands and their relationship, it may be said in passing, are as yet extremely obscure.
This place is remarkable for the accumulation of Aztec and Spanish antiquities.
We find a like conception in the Aztec wind-god Tezcatlipoca, who was looked upon as the primary source of existence.
1787, from Spanish Azteca, from Nahuatl aztecatl (plural aztecah), meaning "coming from Aztlan," name of their legendary place of origin, usually said to lie somewhere in what is now southwestern U.S.