noun pueb·lo \ˈpwe-(ˌ)blō; pü-ˈe-, pyü-\

: a group of Native American homes that have flat roofs and that were used in the past in the southwestern U.S.

Pueblo : a member of any of several groups of Native Americans from the southwestern U.S.

plural pueb·los

Full Definition of PUEBLO

a :  the communal dwelling of an American Indian village of Arizona, New Mexico, and adjacent areas consisting of contiguous flat-roofed stone or adobe houses in groups sometimes several stories high
b :  an American Indian village of the southwestern United States
capitalized :  a member of a group of American Indian peoples of the southwestern United States

Origin of PUEBLO

Spanish, village, literally, people, from Latin populus
First Known Use: 1808


geographical name Pueb·lo \ˈpwe-ˌblo\

Definition of PUEBLO

city SE cen Colorado on the Arkansas pop 106,595


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