Western Apache

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Possibly from the Yavapai word ʔpačə, meaning "people"; or possibly from the Zuni word A:pachu, meaning "Navajos".

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Western Apache

  1. The Apache peoples living primarily in east central Arizona.
  2. The Southern Athabascan language spoken by the Western Apache people.

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