Definition of mita
Origin of mita
Words nearby mita
How to use mita in a sentence
In the mines and plantations countless numbers of Indians were annually swept away by the excessive labor consequent on the mita.
The mita alone, especially the labor in the mines, has swept away four times as many Indians as all the other causes combined.
Aude had near her her sister Mita, fair as herself, but slightly browned by the Spanish sun under which she had been brought up.
The severe eye of the bishop met the supplicating looks of Mita, and her eyes sought the ground.
The heart of Mita beat very fast during those few seconds, but at last she beheld her knight hand-to-hand with Garlan the Bearded.