noun, plural pueb·los [pweb-lohz; Spanish pwe-blaws] /ˈpwɛb loʊz; Spanish ˈpwɛ blɔs/.
Origin of pueblo
Examples from the Web for pueblo
Contemporary Examples of pueblo
The Pueblo Grande Museum and Archeological Park has a settlement history of its own.The Ghost Towns of Arizona Live On
July 10, 2014
Pueblo is the gateway to the southern Colorado community and the Southwest.
I grew up in a rural, mini-metropolis about 100 miles south of Denver: Pueblo, Colorado.
While her husband had stayed on in Chicago to practice radiology, my father had moved his family to Pueblo.
Historical Examples of pueblo
I didn't see him for some years, when he showed up in Pueblo, where I was workin' in a smelter.The Vagrant Duke
The governor got like this once in a one-horse Mexican pueblo on the uplands, away from everywhere.Victory
Once beyond rifle range of the pueblo his escape would be certain.Bloom of Cactus
Robert Ames Bennet
He and his retinue lodged just outside the walls of the Pueblo of Hawaikuh.
Xulkumcheel was a pueblo which does not seem to have survived.The Maya Chronicles
noun plural -los (-ləʊz, Spanish -los)
Word Origin for pueblo
noun plural -lo or -los
"Indian village," 1808, from Spanish pueblo "village, small town; people, population," from Latin populum, accusative of populus "people" (see people (n.)).