Meaning of Incaic in English:

Incaic

Pronunciation /ɪŋˈkeɪɪk/

adjective

See Inca

‘The soft geometry of that Incaic ‘pillow masonry’ (as it is known) become even more impressive at the giant fortresses of Sacsayhuaman and, further away, at Ollantaytambo.’
  • ‘Ancient Hebrew temple prostitution is dismissed as a myth; Murray also wishes to cast doubt on the more recent and more detailed Spanish accounts of Incaic temple prostitution, an example of which he quotes.’
  • ‘The Incaic period, to which most Ecuadorians refer when discussing the indigenous past, began about 1480 and ended fifty years later with the Spanish conquest led by Francisco Pizarro and Diego Almagro.’
  • ‘Should I pray to some Incaic god to stop me from asking too many questions to strangers?’