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 (păp′ə-gō′, pä′pə-)
n. pl. Papago or Pa·pa·gos


(ˈpæp əˌgoʊ, ˈpɑ pə-)

n., pl. -gos, (esp. collectively) -go.
1. a member of an American Indian people of S Arizona and N Sonora in Mexico.
2. the Uto-Aztecan language shared by the Pima and Papago, esp. those forms of the language used by the Papago.
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In 1975, a lawsuit was filed on behalf of the Papago Tribe (now the Tohono O'odham Nation), suing the city of Tucson, the state of Arizona, several mining companies and other entities that were pumping groundwater from the Santa Cruz Basin.
Those records nearest to Terapa include Baldy Peak, Howell's Ridge, U-Bar, and Pendejo caves in New Mexico, Deadman and Papago Springs caves in Arizona, and woodrat middens in Arizona and New Mexico (Harris, 1987, 1993, 2003; Faunmap Working Group, 1994; Mead et al.
During time spent in Mexico observing the Papago people, he realized that tribe members saw the desert--to him a vast, undifferentiated field--as a richly and precisely variegated environment, almost like a series of familiar rooms.
9% * We calculated this by combining the percentages for Hispanic, Chicano, and Latino populations ** We calculated this by combining the percentages for Native American, Navajo, Navajo and Papago, and Sioux and Chippewa populations TABLE 2.
57) As the court explained in Papago, denial of a petition to
Either hotel puts you close to Papago Park, Phoenix's central oasis.
Congress un-designated the Papago Saguaro, Mount of the Holy Cross,
Mendoza: People in Altar used to say that all smuggling coming out of Altar used to go through what they called la puerta de los papagos, which stands for the "Papago's door," an Indian reservation that happened to be binational.
Nicholson, of Chandler, Arizona, was walking in the Papago Indian Reservation when he saw it.
This plant, called greasewood by the Papago, who use it medicinally, is Larrea tridentata.