This category includes languages contained within the collection of languages known as the Nahuatl languages, ISO code nah. Unlike Spanish, English or Japanese, there is no single "Nahuatl language". Rather, what are described as "the Nahuatl languages" are a collection of related languages spoken in Mexico and Central America.
The Nahuatl languages consist of more than only Classical Nahuatl. Classical Nahuatl, ISO code nci, which was spoken and written in Spanish colonial period, is now extinct as a spoken language. Although there are no longer native speakers, there is an extensive existing literature written in Classical Nahuatl.
Modern Nahuatl languages (by some opinions, dialects) are living languages that are in some cases in the process of disappearing. The group working here in Incubator wants to make living Nahuatl languages known and available to all persons. This group does not feel that the existing Nahuatl Wikipedia (Huiquipedia) accomplishes this objective, as it is written in a combination of Classical and living Nahuatl languages using a standard orthography not necessarily correct in all Nahuatl dialects.