noun Southwestern U.S.
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That the brook flowed from the cienaga, or marsh, where the Navajos were rendezvoused, was an easy inference.Captured by the Navajos|Charles A. Curtis
A moment, and a clear, girlish voice called from among the trees that bordered the cienaga, "Whoo-ee."The Eyes of the World|Harold Bell Wright
To the north of the town stretched the lake, known to the residents only by the name of La Cienaga.Carmen Ariza|Charles Francis Stocking
Irrigation is carried on most scientifically, the water coming from a creek and the "cienaga," which I will explain later.A Truthful Woman in Southern California|Kate Sanborn
The Cienaga de Zapata is the largest and most easily drainable of the swamp areas mentioned.The History of Cuba, vol. 5|Willis Fletcher Johnson