noun, plural Pap·a·gos, (especially collectively) Pap·a·go for 1.
Origin of Papago
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Historical Examples of papago
Nadeze was far more respectful since Geronimo had slain the Papago.
But he was just as happy that he had not killed the second Papago too.
Then, before you know it, you are in the Papago Indian Reserve.Through Our Unknown Southwest
Agnes C. Laut
It is located on the lands of the Papago Indians, in whose charge it now is.The Young Trail Hunters
Samuel Woodworth Cozzens
In the meantime he had taken up with a Papago girl, to the scandal of the tribe.Building a State in Apache Land
Charles D. Poston