[ moh-guh-yohn ]
/ ˌmoʊ gəˈyoʊn /
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an extensive plateau or mesa in central Arizona; the southwestern margin of the Colorado Plateau.
a mountain range in W New Mexico.
Archaeology. of or relating to an Amerindian culture of southeastern Arizona and southwestern New Mexico 100 b.c.–a.d. 1000, characterized by pit houses also used for burials and a distinctive black-on-white pottery decorated with human and animal figures.
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How to use Mogollon in a sentence
North loomed up the lofty, steep rim of the Mogollon Mesa, with its cliffs of yellow and red, and its black line of timber.Tales of lonely trails|Zane Grey
While crossing the Mogollon mountains the weather was quite cold.Forty Years Among the Indians|Daniel W. Jones
In digging down about the stem, however, I found only the shells of a Mogollon walnut.
Van was living on metaphorical clover down near Tucson; I was roughing it out on the rocks of the Mogollon.Starlight Ranch|Charles King
To the far northwards, could be43 dimly observed the outlines of the Mogollon range of mountains.Danger Signals|John A. Hill and Jasper Ewing Brady