[ moh-kee ]
/ ˈmoʊ ki /
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noun, plural Mo·kis, (especially collectively) Mo·ki.
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How to use Moki in a sentence
Why did the guides, if they belonged in the Moki towns, conduct Cardenas so far to show him a river which was so near?
The solution seems to be that he started from some locality other than the present Moki towns.
From Zuni he went to the Moki towns, then five in number, and possibly somewhat south of the present place.
These people had told him about the distance to Moki and the nature of the intervening region.
On the following day the same ceremony was performed on a larger scale at Walpi, the easternmost of the Moki villages.Seventh Annual Report|Various
British Dictionary definitions for Moki
/ (ˈməʊkɪ) /
noun plural mokis or moki
either of two edible sea fish of New Zealand, the blue cod (Percis colias) or the bastard trumpeter (Latridopsis ciliaris)
Word Origin for moki
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