HARRINGTON] INDIAN NAMES AROUND SANTA FE, N. M. 355
it 'Okup'i n ?7, turtle mountain ('oku, turtle; p'i n ??, mountain). Jemez Kiutawe and Cochiti Tsepe are obscure.
SANTA ANA [29:95]
The Tewa name, Sarege, means dancing place (sare, to dance; ge, loc.). Jemez Tu n dagi'i and Keres Tamaya are obscure.
SANTA CLARA [14:71]
The Tewa name, Khap'o, is obscure in meaning (kha, corral, heavy, rose, spherical; p'o, water, trail). Some Indians have suggested pretty folk-etymologies by arbitrarily preferring certain meanings for kha and p'o. Jemez S y ap'agi'i is evidently the same word as Khap'o plus the Jemez loc. gi'i. Keres shows the form Kaip'a.
SANTA CLARA PEAK [2:13]
This loftiest peak of the Jemez range, 11,260 feet high, lies west of Santa Clara pueblo and has been called Santa Clara peak. It is the sacred mountain of the west of the Tewa, the sacred moun- tain of the east of the Navajo. The Tewa name, Tsiku'mup'i 11 ?;, almost surely means 'obsidian-covered mountain,' i.e., 'mountain that is covered with pieces of obsidian' (tsi'i, obsidian; ku'mu, to be covered; p'i n ry, mountain).
SANTA CRUZ [15:19]
Santa Cruz is called in Tewa, evidently because of the much mentioned Canada de Santa Cruz, Kan y ae n ra'i n mbu'u, Canada town (kan y ae n ra, Canada, from the Span.; 'i n ?7, gender postfix; bu'u, town).
SANTA FE [29:5]
The general Tewa name for the city, also the creek and whole locality of Santa Fe, is 'Ogap'oge, olivella water place ('oga, olivella shell; p'o, water; ge, loc.). The Tewa knew the olivella in ancient times and prized it for making shell-money; the shells came from the far distant Gulf of California and the California coast, being bartered from tribe to tribe until they reached the Tewa, more than a thousand miles inland. San Juan Tewa shows a variant form