Cíbola









Cíbola


Cíbola [see-buh-luh] Examples noun

  1. the Seven Cities of, legendary cities of great wealth believed by earlier Spanish explorers to exist in the SW United States.

Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019 Examples from the Web for cibola Historical Examples of cibola

  • We do not know why the early explorers called the country “Cibola.”

    The Trail Book

    Mary Austin

  • While at Cibola, Indians from a tribe or region called “Cicuyé,” which was said to be found far to the east, came to see him.

    Historical Introduction to Studies Among the Sedentary Indians of New Mexico; Report on the Ruins of the Pueblo of Pecos

    Adolphus Bandelier

  • It is governed like Cibola, by an assembly of the oldest men.

    Original Narratives of Early American History

    Vaca and Others

  • But the captain-general could not have stormed the Rock of Cibola.

    Outlines of Zui Creation Myths

    Frank Hamilton Cushing

  • We can’t all stay in the Cibola, and those of us who are landed must be left in a safe place.

    The Air Ship Boys

    H.L. Sayler

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