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Re: The -i(n)che work of Juan M. Lope Blanch

Very interesting article. The kind that leaves you wanting to read more, 'cause it has a bunch of loose ends. But, it did get me to think a little.
1. Malacanchonche es un juego de niños. You hold hands and spin each other. It's Nahuatl. malacan-chon-che < MALACA-TÕN-TZIN.
2. TZIN is not the only Nahuatl ending that becomes che in Mexican Spanish. Teocaltiche < TEÕCALTITECH.
3. El radical de Malinche es español.