Uxmal


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Ux·mal

 (o͞osh-mäl′)
An ancient ruined Mayan city of Yucatán in southeast Mexico. It flourished from 600 to 900. The ruins include many impressive structures, such as the Pyramid of the Magician.
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Uxmal

(Spanish uzˈmal)
n
(Placename) an ancient ruined city in SE Mexico, in Yucatán: capital of the later Maya empire
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Ux•mal

(usˈmɑl)

n.
an ancient ruined city in SE Mexico, in Yucatán: a center of later Mayan civilization.
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