or Kech·ua, Kech·uan, Quech·uan, Quich·ua
noun, plural Quech·uas, (especially collectively) Quech·ua for 2.
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Their life is absolutely distinct from that of their Quechua neighbors.
This name, in Quechua, signifies 'copper-bearing,' and copper was extensively used by the Incas.Spanish America, Its Romance, Reality and Future, Vol. 1|Charles Reginald Enock
In the south, Aymara is chiefly spoken; but further north, Quechua is the commoner language.
For the rest, the Incas endeavoured to spread the language of Cuzco, the Quechua, throughout their empire.
The lowland Indian never falls into the abject condition of his Quechua brother on the plateau.
Indian people of Peru and surrounding regions, 1811, from Spanish, from Quechua kechua "plunderer, destroyer." Also the name of their language. Related: Quechuan.