Inca

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See also: inca and încă

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From Spanish, from Quechua inka "emperor, male of royal blood".

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Inca (plural Incas)

  1. A member of the group of Quechuan peoples of highland Peru who established an empire from northern Ecuador to central Chile before the Spanish conquest.

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Inca

  1. Alternative form of Inka.