Definitions for yakimaˈyæk əˌmɔ, -mə
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Yak•i•maˈyæk əˌmɔ, -mə(n.)(pl.)-mas; -ma.
a river in S central Washington. 203 mi. (327 km) long.
Category: Geography (places)
a member of an American Indian people of the Yakima River valley and adjacent areas of S central Washington. the Sahaptin dialect or language spoken by the Yakimas.
a town in south central Washington
A Shahaptian tribe, mentioned by Lewis and Clark in 1806 under the name Cutsahnim.