noun, plural Quapaws (especially collectively) Quapaw for 1.
a member of a North American Indian people formerly of Arkansas, now living mostly in northeastern Oklahoma.
the Siouan language of the Quapaw.
[kwey-kwuh-vur-suh l] /ˌkweɪ kwəˈvɜr səl/ adjective 1. (of a geological formation) sloping downward from the center in all directions. /ˌkwɑːkwəˈvɜːsəl/ adjective 1. (geology) directed outwards in all directions from a common centre: the quaquaversal dip of a pericline
a mountain some 1,200 feet high, about 7 miles north-west of Jericho, the traditional scene of our Lord’s temptation (Matt. 4:8).
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[kwawr-uh n-teen, kwor-, kwawr-uh n-teen, kwor-] /ˈkwɔr ənˌtin, ˈkwɒr-, ˌkwɔr ənˈtin, ˌkwɒr-/ noun 1. a strict isolation imposed to prevent the spread of disease. 2. a period, originally 40 days, of detention or isolation imposed upon ships, persons, animals, or plants on arrival at a port or place, when suspected of carrying some infectious or […]