Origin of Inca
OTHER WORDS FROM IncaIn·ca·ic [ing-key-ik, in-] /ɪŋˈkeɪ ɪk, ɪn-/, adjectiveIn·can, noun, adjectivepseu·do-In·can, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for inca
How did the Inca get giant blocks of stone up mountains 500 years ago without the use of wheels?
Especially when the leader in question is that Inca of Incas, the president of the United States.What the Rest of the World Thinks of America’s Shutdown||October 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Among the Inca, quinoa was known as “chisaya mama” or “the mother grain,” and was treated with ritual ceremony.
Those writers who have called the Inca religion a "sun worship" have been led astray by superficial resemblances.American Hero-Myths|Daniel G. Brinton
Struck dumb by the trusting joy in those profound eyes, the Inca took the empty glass from her trembling hand.Tales of the Five Towns|Arnold Bennett
If I fire a pistol, he will send off a boat with a full account of the theft of the mummy of Inca Caxas, written by himself.The Green Mummy|Fergus Hume
Meanwhile the fight, or rather massacre, continued hot around the Inca, whose person was the great object of the assault.
But we of Inca lineage here have that knowledge of reading and writing handed down to us by the three priests of de Arguello.The Radio Boys' Search for the Inca's Treasure|Gerald Breckenridge