Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Linguists have identified at least four distinct levels of honorific address within and among Nahuatl languages and dialects. These systems of honorific or reverential address have been noted for both the 16th-century contact-era recorded form (Classical Nahuatl) and its living modern-day descendant Nahuatl dialects and speech communities. Nahuatl honorifics refers to the set of linguistic elements and morphological systems found in the Nahuatl group of related languages and dialects, that are used to mark degrees of respect and relative social standing and distance for the speaker and subject(s) of discourse. The system of honorifics observed for Nahuatl languages is a highly complex one, employing both free and bound morphemes that may attach to nouns, verbs, postpositions and other grammatical elements, providing a gradation of reverential address options whose use is governed by cultural and social norms within the Nahuatl speech community.
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Dropping the honorific - referred to as yobisute - implies a high degree of intimacy and is reserved for one' s lover, younger family members, and very close friends, although within sports teams or among classmates it can be acceptable to use family names without honorifics. When referring to a third person, honorifics are used except when referring to one' s family members while talking to a non-family-member, or when referring to a member of one' s company while talking to a customer or someone from another company. Honorifics are not used to refer to oneself, except to be arrogant (see ore-sama, below), to be cute (see chan), or sometimes when talking to small children, to teach them how to address the speaker. When addressing or referring to someone by name in Japanese, an honorific suffix is usually used with the name. These honorifics are gender-neutral and can be attached to first names as well as surnames. High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Japanese uses a broad array of honorific suffixes for addressing or referring to people.
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Nahuatl, a member of the Uto-Aztecan language family, consists of a large number of dialects, many of which belong to one or another dialect continuum.
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