[ chee-cheneet-sah, eet-suh ]
/ tʃiˈtʃɛn itˈsɑ, ˈit sə /
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the ruins of an ancient Mayan city, in central Yucatán state, Mexico.
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How to use Chichén Itzá in a sentence
Later in history a prince named Cukulcan arrived from the west and established himself at Chichen-Itza.
He then prepared himself to undertake the more difficult and dangerous visit to Chichen-Itza.
We had seen their portraits carved on the pillars of the fortress at Chichen-Itza.
During these years of their government of the province of Bacalar, occurred the discovery (conquest) of Chichen Itza.The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, Volume 5|Hubert Howe Bancroft
Evidently it was a widespread legend of the origin of the great buildings of Chichen Itza.The Maya Chronicles|Various
British Dictionary definitions for Chichén Itzá
/ (Spanish tʃiˈtʃen itˈsa) /
a village in Yucatán state in Mexico: site of important Mayan ruins
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