from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See Teton.
- n. The dialect of Sioux spoken by the Teton.
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- proper n. A Native American tribe, also known as the Sioux, now living primarily on the Rosebud, Pine Ridge, Lower Brule, Standing Rock and Cheyenne River Reservations.
- proper n. The language spoken by the Lakota.
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- n. a member of the large western branch of Sioux people which was made up of several groups that lived on the plains
Tim Giago, an Oglala Lakota, is the editor and publisher of Native Sun News.
Next, they will try to put our national anthem in Lakota!
His Indians, not the Shoshone perhaps, but Halsey, Sitting Bull and the Lakota are all part of that pendulum swing era of Little Big Man, Soldier Blue, etc.
The Lakota is the native word for one of the 3 nations of the "Sioux" tribe, the other 2 are known as the Nakota, and Dakota.
When I was living on the reservation in south dakota for a short while I tried learning a bit of Lakota, which is the fiercely dying out language of the Sioux tribe.
"The Lakota is the most capable light utility helicopter in the world today -- built here in the United States, and being delivered on time, on budget and on performance."
The Lakota are a different group, their language is not of our Dakota people ... their dialect is very different ...
Supporters of the play may think that now 'there are none' to stand up and respond, but this too is a sign of deep and abiding ignorance - the same ignorance that allows them to unabashedly use the name 'Lakota' and stick 'tomahawks' in the helmets of their team.
Other languages, such as Lakota spoken by the Sioux, represent blue and green as shades of one color, and such languages.
Only recently has Lebanon seen the influx of non-English-speaking students that districts closer to the Cincinnati-Dayton growth corridor along Interstate 75, such as Lakota and Mason, have been seeing for years.
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