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Pronunciation of Incan: Learn how to pronounce Incan in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word Inca:

noun
1a member of a South American Indian people living in the central Andes before the Spanish conquest.
The Incas arrived in the Cuzco valley in Peru circa ad 1200. When the Spanish invaded in the early 1530s, the Inca empire covered most of modern Ecuador and Peru, much of Bolivia, and parts of Argentina and Chile. Inca technology and architecture were highly developed despite a lack of wheeled vehicles and of writing. Their descendants, speaking Quechua, still make up about half of Peru’s population

2the supreme ruler of the Incas.
Derivatives

Incaic

Pronunciation: /ɪŋˈkeɪɪk/

adjective
Incan

adjective
Origin:

the name in Quechua, literally ‘lord, royal person’