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Cí·bo·la

 (sē′bə-lə)
A vaguely defined historical region generally thought to be in present-day northern New Mexico. It included seven pueblos, the fabled Seven Cities of Cíbola, which were sought by the earliest Spanish explorers for their supposed riches.
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Cí•bo•la

(ˈsi bə lə)

n.
Seven Cities of, legendary cities of great wealth believed by Spanish explorers to exist in what is now the U.S. Southwest.
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