noun, plural Mo·quis, (especially collectively) Mo·qui.
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noun, plural Mo·kis, (especially collectively) Mo·ki.
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The Moqui, as before observed, does not properly belong to the Shoshone family, but shows a connection with the Aztec.The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, Volume 3|Hubert Howe Bancroft
The Moqui possessed the nerve required to crawl along the face of the cliff on a narrow ledge, and make the exit.The Saddle Boys in the Grand Canyon|James Carson
She was on her blanket, alongside of her niece, in the house of the Moqui chief, and as safe as need be.
Here the whole population of Tegua had collected; and for the first time the visitors saw Moqui women and children.
The night of the 11th we were about twelve miles from a Moqui town.Jacob Hamblin: A Narrative of His Personal Experience|James A. Little