from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Huayna Capac Died 1525. Incan emperor (1493-1525) under whom the empire reached its greatest extent. After his death the empire was weakened by a protracted civil war between his sons Huáscar and Atahualpa.
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- n. the Incan ruler under whom the Incan empire reached its widest extent (died in 1525)
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Huayna Capac divided the sovereignty between his two sons, giving Quitu and the northern provinces to Atahualpa, and leaving the southern provinces, or Peru proper, to Huascar.