Zunian


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Zu´ni`an


a.1.Of or pertaining to the Zuñis, or designating their linguistic stock.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(5.) Among them are authors such as Cai E, Yang Tingdong, Wang Hongnian, Wang Zunian, and Jin Baokang, who had trained in Japan and whose initial works were largely based on Japanese sources (see again note 4).
In addition to Spanish and English, residents of the various tribes communicate in seven indigenous American Indian languages (Apache, Keresan, Tewa, Tiwa, Towa, Navajo, and Zunian).
Schroeder criticizes Dobyns for omitting Obregon's statement that Pedro de Tovar traveled "toward the northern border" from the Zunian pueblos, and infers that phrase "points to the pueblos on Black Mesa." Actually, Dobyns was no more "selective" than Schroeder "in referring to only one part of the quote favoring his hypothesis but not to the other giving the route." Schroeder does not note that Obregon's next paragraph states that Garcia Lopez de Cardenas went "toward the slopes of the south" when he reached the Grand Canon.