[kech-wuh n] /ˈkɛtʃ wən/
of or relating to the language or people.
noun, plural Quechuans (especially collectively) Quechuan.
[kech-wah, -wuh] /ˈkɛtʃ wɑ, -wə/
noun, plural Quechuas (especially collectively) Quechua for 2.
the language of the Inca civilization, presently spoken by about 7 million people in Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, and Argentina.
a member of an Indian people of Peru speaking Quechua.
(pl) -uas, -ua. a member of any of a group of South American Indian peoples of the Andes, including the Incas
the language or family of languages spoken by these peoples, possibly distantly related to the Tupï-Guarani family
Indian people of Peru and surrounding regions, 1811, from Spanish, from Quechua kechua “plunderer, destroyer.” Also the name of their language. Related: Quechuan.
[kweef] /kwif/ noun 1. Slang: Vulgar. an expulsion of air through the vagina.
adjective 1. noting or pertaining to the style of architecture, furnishings, and decoration prevailing in England in the early 18th century, characterized by simplicity and refinement of forms, with increasing attention to French and Italian models. 2. noting or pertaining to the style of architecture, furnishings, and decoration prevailing in England from c1865 to c1885, […]
noun 1. a fertile female bee. 2. a woman who is in a favored or preeminent position. noun 1. the fertile female bee in a hive 2. (informal) a woman in a position of dominance or ascendancy over her peers or associates
/ˈkwiːnˌkeɪk/ noun 1. a small light cake containing currants