At a great altitude in the Andes the people had shortness of breath which they called "puna," and they ate onions to correct it.
The chill air of the puna was even more endurable than such company.
Besides the animals above mentioned, several others peculiar to the puna are deserving of remark.
Guapo's friend was esteemed one of the best in all the puna.
The puna bulls are, perhaps, the fiercest and most dangerous of all.
These valles, quebradas and puna are the three inhabited zones of the Andes.
About six weeks after the return of the ring to puna he had found it once again upon his table, returned through the post.
Haumea is said to have taken as her husband, puna, a chief of Oahu.
They are much employed throughout the puna to hunt the “yutu,” a species of partridge which inhabits the rushy grass.
This bleak land, up among the mountain tops of the Andes, as I have already said, is called the ‘puna.’