Yaqui

[ yah-kee ]
/ ˈyɑ ki /

noun, plural Ya·quis, (especially collectively) Ya·qui for 1.

a member of an American Indian people of Sonora, Mexico.
the Uto-Aztecan language of the Yaqui.
a river in NW Mexico, flowing into the Gulf of California. 420 miles (676 km) long.

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Yaqui
/ (Spanish ˈjaki) /

noun

a river in NW Mexico, rising near the border with the US and flowing south to the Gulf of California. Length: about 676 km (420 miles)
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