noun, plural Yak·i·mas, (especially collectively) Yak·i·ma for 3.
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Contemporary Examples of yakima
Andrew Will Winery (Chris Camarda, winemaker) in Yakima Valley--especially the “Two Blondes.”Taste Off: Super Bowl State Wines From Colorado and Washington
February 1, 2014
Historical Examples of yakima
Another road starts from Ellensburg on the Yakima, and is 195 miles long.A Report on Washington Territory
William Henry Ruffner
Wenas Creek empties into the Yakima from the west, nearly opposite Selah.
The Yakima would smoke the peace-pipe with the knife that was to stab you hid under his blanket.The Bridge of the Gods
Frederic Homer Balch
He soon arrived, and proved to be a very intelligent Yakima, whom I had seen on the other side of the mountains in the summer.The Life of Isaac Ingalls Stevens, Volume I (of 2)
Perforated slate tablets like Coastal gorgets are unknown to us from the Yakima area.