- any of various groupings of Uto-Aztecan languages, of varying degrees of inclusiveness, comprising Pima and its closest relatives.
- pertaining or belonging to such a language grouping.
- of or relating to the Pima or their language.
Origin of Piman
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Examples from the Web for piman
Now, indeed, were they sure that they had chanced upon the trail to the Piman village.
The old woman stood screaming in Piman at the top of her lungs.
And here appears Eeeetoy, the most active and mysterious personality in Piman mythology.Aw-Aw-Tam Indian Nights
J. William Lloyd
No one had chanced to mention that Miguel, the peaceful Piman, had any claims on famous antecedents.The Treasure Trail
Marah Ellis Ryan
Jose was a Piman, and she immediately connected Jose with the perpetration, or at least the planning of her abduction.