A city in southwestern Arizona, near the Colorado River and the Mexican border; population 90,041 (est. 2008)
1A member of an American Indian people living mainly in southwestern Arizona.
2The Yuman language of the Yumas.
Relating to the Yuma.
- ‘About 39 percent of Colorado's ag receipts come from Weld and Yuma counties.’
- ‘The Western Growers Association accuses Yuma area agents of cracking down on illegal alien farm workers and scaring away legal workers at the same time.’
From Pima yumĭ.