Quichuas

Quichuas, a civilised people who flourished at one time in Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia, and spoke a highly-cultivated language called Quichua after them.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Quibéron * Quick, Robert Hebert
Quercitron
Querétaro
Quern
Quesnay, François
Quesnel, Pasquier
Quételet, Adolphe
Quetta
Queues, Bakers'
Quevedo y Villegas
Quibéron
Quichuas
Quick, Robert Hebert
Quicksand
Quietism
Quilimane
Quilon
Quimper
Quin, James
Quinault
Quincey, De
Quincy