[ moh-kee ]
/ ˈmoʊ ki /
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noun, plural Mo·quis, (especially collectively) Mo·qui.
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How to use Moqui in a sentence
The Moqui woman washed the wound, applied a dressing which looked like chewed leaves, and put on a light bandage.
Here the whole population of Tegua had collected; and for the first time the visitors saw Moqui women and children.
Nowhere perhaps has the great water erosion of bygone aeons wrought more grotesquely and fantastically than in the Moqui basin.
By this time she remembered all about her nightmare, and she was in a state of inflammation as to the Moqui religion.
We might by bare chance reach the Moqui pueblos; but the probability is that we should die in the desert of thirst.