The Otomi (/ˌoʊtəˈmiː/; Spanish: Otomí [otoˈmi]) are an indigenous people of Mexico inhabiting the central Mexican Plateau (Altiplano) region.
The Otomi or Otontin were an elite Aztec military order, named after the Otomi people. The Otomies (Otontin ) were another warrior society who took their name after the Otomi people who were renowned for their fierce fighting.
Otomí, Middle American Indian population living in the central plateau region of Mexico. The Otomí peoples speak at least four closely related languages, all called Otomí.
1a: an Otomian people of the states of Guanajuato, Hidalgo, Querétaro, and México, Mexico. b: a member of such people.
Some phrases in Otomi Zenjua Ki – Hello (I salute you) Magö – Goodbye. Ki hats’i / Ki hax’ajuä – Good morning. Ki de / Mö’kjä – Good afternoon. Mö’kjä – Good evening. Bänte – Please. (Dunthi di) jamadi – Thank you (very much) Di Ma’i (Ndunthi) – I love you (a lot)
The Mexica were a Chichimeca tribe that claimed to have come from a mythical northern homeland known as Aztlán, so when they arrived in central Mexico they were called ”people of Aztlán”, or Aztecs. That’s right, the Aztecs themselves were, ancestrally, Chichimeca people.
Aztec Military Organization, Warriors and Ranking. The Aztec army was well organized and with a well organized command structure. The common warriors were formed up into companies called Calpulli. Other smaller units of the Aztec army had strengths of 800, 400 or 200 warriors and were also led by noble officers.
Otomi embroidery is an embroidery style created by the Otomi people of central Mexico that has become popular in recent years. The designs are filled with symbols based on native flora and fauna, local beliefs and even primitive cave drawings found in the Hidalgo region where many of the Otomi reside.
The Nahuas comprise the largest indigenous group in Mexico and second largest group in El Salvador. The Aztecs were of Nahua ethnicity, and the Toltecs are often thought to have been as well. Demography.
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Otomi (/ˌoʊtəˈmiː/; Spanish: Otomí [ otoˈmi ]) is an Oto-Pamean language family spoken by approximately 240,000 indigenous Otomi people in the central altiplano region of Mexico.