Quechua

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Synonyms for Quechua

a member of a South American Indian people in Peru who were formerly the ruling class of the Inca empire

a community of South American Indians in Peru who were formerly the ruling class of the Incan Empire

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the language of the Quechua which was spoken by the Incas

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We were recently told that our Amazon team was responsible for that not happening in the Sani Isla Quichua tribal community.
They will give each Quichua several thousand dollars, and often a chain saw and motor for their dugout canoe -- more wealth than many individuals would earn in a lifetime.
The Ecuadorean Quichua and Shuar indigenous groups living in the transition between the Amazon and the Andes ecoregions were considered Amazonian groups because the majority of existing literature referring to them is from that ecoregion.
Quichua, Huaorani or Shuar in Ecuador) many useful palm species, different uses and use-reports were found, but this may be because they were particularly well studied ([greater than or equal to]13 bibliographical references per group).
Etnobotanica Quichua en la via Hollin-Loreto, provincia del Napo.
Etnobotanica Quichua Limoncocha, Sucumbios-Ecuador.