noun, plural Quich·uas, (especially collectively) Quich·ua.
or Kech·ua, Kech·uan, Quech·uan, Quich·ua
noun, plural Quech·uas, (especially collectively) Quech·ua for 2.
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Historical Examples of quichua
Zegarra, as a native of Peru whose language was Quichua, had great advantages.
This is a clear proof that before 1781 these Quichua dramas were acted.
He was not only a Quichua scholar, but also accomplished and well read.
Their language differs from the Quichua, though evidently a sister-tongue.The Western World
There was, for instance, the learning of the Quichua language.Harry Escombe
noun plural -uas or -ua
Indian people of Peru and surrounding regions, 1811, from Spanish, from Quechua kechua "plunderer, destroyer." Also the name of their language. Related: Quechuan.