- Diccionario aulex: es -> nah, nah -> es.
- Webarchive backup: Florentine Codex Vocabulary 1997, R. Joe Campbell: Nahuatl -> English, English -> Nahuatl.
- Webarchive backup: acoyauh.com: Nahuatl-English Basic Dictionary
- Polish <-> Nahuatl: http://www.jukatan.host.sk/slownik.html
- French <-> Nahuatl: http://sites.estvideo.net/malinal/nahuatl.page.html
- Webarchive backup: acoyauh.com: Aztec Language: Nahuatl. Basic Grammar
- Webarchive backup: http://web.archive.org/web/20060910025918/www.public.iastate.edu/~rjsalvad/scmfaq/nahuatl.html
- Nahuatl Suti kuna (Azteca)
- Nahuatl Glossary
- Glyphs Plate List
Nahuatl language glyph or word for zeroXikpatla
- Webarchive backup: Izcalli.org: Numbers Quote: "...[Nahuatl: - maybe Coh too?:] Koh - Zero..."
- James Logan High School Mural: Concept of Zero Quote: "...The Maya also had a symbol for zero that was even earlier than the Hindu symbol...zero place holder. It looks like a shell or football..."
- calendar-mayan Qoute: "...What is the Tzolkin?...0. Ahau..."
- The Classic Maya Calendar and Day Numbering System Quote: "...The Maya system uses only three symbols for zero (a shell-shaped glyph)..."
- Ciphers and Civilizations By Blair Moffett Quote: "...The Hindus are also the only older people besides the Mayans who are known to have employed the concept of zero in their mathematics. In fact, our culture obtained the zero only because Arab scholars in Bagdad in the seventh century AD translated a Hindu text on astronomy and thus rediscovered the zero..."