noun Etymology: Spanish tolteca, from Nahuatl tōltēcah, plural of tōltēcatl, literally, person from Tōllān (now Tula de Allende, Mexico) Date: 1787 a member of a people that dominated central and southern Mexico prior to the Aztecs • Toltecan adjective

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