An underground or partly underground chamber in a Pueblo village, used by the men especially for ceremonies or councils.(noun)
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Use "kiva" in a sentence
"He made his friends its members, but he called the kiva his own."
"At the top of the stairs you turn right into the "kiva" -- the clubhouse of the 350 Cliff Dwellers."
"The kiva was a large circular pit three manheights deep."