kwiya [Hopi]

In the Hopi nation, ?–present, a unit of length, approximately 10 to 12 feet, used in describing cultivated fields. To control wind erosion, Hopi farmers plant windbreaks consisting of rows of brush. A kwiya is the conventional distance between windbreaks.

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