noun, plural Ha·va·su·pais, (especially collectively) Ha·va·su·pai for 1.
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There is difficulty in the Havasupai mind at trading for more than one thing at a time.
Of the Navaho considerable is known, but of the Wallapai and Havasupai there is little known and less written.
To the west they reached the great Colorado river and tell of killing some Havasupai in their canyon home.
It struck me that Havasupai must imagine the girl is being badly treated, and he wants to recover her again.
So Havasupai too leave camp, and start walk many miles to tell Frank, Bob, look out before blow it fall.