Taos

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Etymology[edit]

From Taos tə̂o ‎(village), as in tə̂otho ‎(in the village) or tə̂obo ‎(to the village), via Spanish Taos ‎(Taos).

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Taos

  1. An indigenous, Tiwa-speaking people of New Mexico who inhabit a pueblo there.
  2. The pueblo they inhabit, which, being about thousand years old, is one of the oldest continuously inhabited sites in the United States.
  3. The Kiowa-Tanoan lect they speak, which is either closely related to or a dialect of northern Tiwa.
  4. The town of Taos, south of Taos Pueblo, in New Mexico.

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