noun, plural Ha·va·su·pais, (especially collectively) Ha·va·su·pai for 1.
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In speech the Havasupai tongue is not very musical or agreeable.
Tell me what to do, Frank; Havasupai knows your tongue is straight.The Saddle Boys at Circle Ranch
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.