Definición de Chimu en inglés:

Chimu

Saltos de línea: Chimu
Pronunciación: /tʃiːˈmuː
 
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sustantivo (plural igual or Chimus)

  • 1A member of an indigenous people of Peru that developed the most important civilization before the Incas.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Pachakuti's son Topa defeated the Chimu in ad 1463, thereby removing the last serious obstacle to Inca dominance of the Andes.
    • The ahipa was also depicted on the embroidered cloaks, knitted textiles, and imaginatively sculpted and painted ceramics produced by such thriving pre-Columbian societies as the Nazca, the Moche, and the Chimu.
    • The Chimus left the most beautiful pre-Inca piece of architecture: the City of Chan-Chan.
  • 2 [mass noun] The extinct language of the Chimu.

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  • Relating to the Chimu or their language.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • The Chimu capital, Chanchan, was a meticulously laid out 14-square-mile city with 40-foot clay walls featuring intricate, repeated patterns of birds, fish, and geometrical shapes.
    • In early Peru, the Incas, the Mochica and the Chimu peoples - among others - occupied territories that were largely steep mountains and desert, both unsuited for the wheel.
    • Surmounting the stepped installation furniture in this section was a Pre-Columbian mummified male body from the Chimu culture of Peru.

Origen

from Spanish.

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