Si·na·gua | \ sə̇ˈnä(g)wə \
Definition of Sinagua
: of or relating to a people living in northern Arizona from about a.d. 600 to about 1400 whose culture is characterized by rectangular pit houses entered through a hole in the roof, by pueblo structures on high land, by pottery shaped with paddle and anvil and fired in an oxidizing atmosphere, ball courts, and extended burial with offerings
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