noun, plural Mo·ha·ves, (especially collectively) Mo·ha·ve.
Examples from the Web for mohave
The direct story appeal of Cane seems to me greater than that of the other Mohave narratives here presented.
"This country," namely, Mohave valley, were the informant's words.
The Cane type of plot recurs in another kind of Mohave singing called Satukhôta, of which only a brief outline was obtained.
Mohave Yucca (Yucca mohavensis) is one of a half dozen or more palms of the yucca genus and the lily family.American Forest Trees|Henry H. Gibson
Evidently the narrator has in mind the Mohave country, though Mastamho is still at Avikwame.