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noun, plural Ha·va·su·pais, (especially collectively) Ha·va·su·pai for 1.
  1. a member of a small tribe of nomadic North American Indians now living in Arizona.
  2. the Yuman language of the Havasupai.
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Historical Examples of havasupai

  • In speech the Havasupai tongue is not very musical or agreeable.

    The Indians of the Painted Desert Region

    George Wharton James

  • Tell me what to do, Frank; Havasupai knows your tongue is straight.

  • How about that, Havasupai; weren't you thinking of stealing a horse, when that animal just keeled you over so neatly?

  • "You will not tell us where we can find the little man without any hair on his head, Havasupai," he said.

  • Of the Navaho considerable is known, but of the Wallapai and Havasupai there is little known and less written.