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Quetzal Etymology

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Heart of Sky arrived here with Sovereign and Quetzal Serpent in the darkness .. on a Cholan-Maya language etymology, the language of the Classic Maya (ca.
"Quetzal" was the name of the beautiful bird with the resplendent long researched the etymology of "Quetzalcoatl" and found that "quetza" in.
Borrowed Borrowings: ahuatl Loan Words in English
English loan words that are given a clear Nahuatl etymology in the OED (but see . reptiles (axolotl, teguexin), insects (pinacate), and birds (quetzal, zopilote).
an orchard behind the Pension Quetzal. ETYMOLOGY.
New trogons from the early Tertiary of Germany
data indicating a mid-Tertiary origin of crown group Trogoniformes. Trogons . The Cuban Trogon is the smallest, the Quetzal the largest of the extant taxa.

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Quetzal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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quetzal - Wiktionary
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quetzalitztli - Wiktionary
Etymology. quetzalli "quetzal feather" + Ä«tztli "obsidian". [edit.

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