Recuay

adjective Re·cuay \ rāˈkwī \

Definition of Recuay

: of or belonging to a cultural period in northern Peru characterized by houses of two or three stories below ground, stone carving of felines in high relief and seated figures in the round, and pottery in a great variety of shapes

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Origin and Etymology of recuay

from Recuay, town in northern Peru


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