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a.1.Of or pertaining to the Zuñis, or designating their linguistic stock.
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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).
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.
Certainly Obregon wrote of the riverine Zunians that their multistoried dwellings indicated that they were "a belligerent and warlike people.