noun, plural Yu·mas (especially collectively) Yu·ma for 1.
Example sentences from the Web for yuma
The first movie—3:10 to Yuma—starred Glenn Ford and came from a 1953 story that had appeared in Dime Western.
He pointed to Yuma, Ariz., as a prime example of where that partnership works.U.S. Drug and Immigration Checkpoints Take Toll on Border Towns|Andrew Becker, G. W. Schulz|June 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“They told me I was going to get deported,” Chang said of the border-patrol officers she encountered on the outskirts of Yuma.Despite Obama’s Order, Deportation Looms for an Immigrant Dreamer|Allison Yarrow|June 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Then Yuma let out a wild cry as he threw his six-gun on the ground.
She heard a crash–seeming to come from a great distance; heard Yuma curse again.The Coming of the Law|Charles Alden Seltzer
She almost wished that she had left when Yuma wanted her to go with him.
He hurried across the kitchen in a busybody sort of stride and followed Yuma into the darkness.
The first steamboat to reach Yuma with supplies was the Uncle Sam, which arrived in 1852.Arizona's Yesterday|John H. Cady