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  • noun Alternative form of Dakota.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • As the human voice articulates not more than twenty radical and distinct sounds, whatever resemblance may be found to exist between any other language and those of the Maya, Mexican and Dacotah is of no ethnic value.

    Cradle Lands of Canadian Indians

  • I understand it will be called Dacotah, though I at first thought it would be called Pembina.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • I understand it will be called Dacotah, though I at first thought it would be called Pembina.

    Minnesota and Dacotah: in letters descriptive of a tour through the North-west, in the autumn of 1856. With information relative to public lands,

  • This I know-for are there not still chiefs among the Dacotah of the north who carry pesh-klitso pictures of the Snow Woman's ancestors, given to their fathers long ago, when your people ruled? '

    Isabelle

  • That, my industrious researcher, was done by a Brul" scalping knife, in the hand of a peaceful herdsman, to a man who'd done his damnedest to see that the Brutes and everyone else in the Dacotah nation got a fair shake. "

    Isabelle

  • This immense extent of country is inhabited by a nation calling themselves, in their internal relations, the Dacotah, which means the Allied; but who, in their external relations, style themselves the Ochente Shakoan, which signifies the nation of seven council fires.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • Red Lake, and Sioux and Wood rivers in Minnesota, and Shayenne and Pembina in the new Territory of Dacotah, are the principal tributaries of the Red River; and Lake Winnipeg, 264 miles long and averaging 35 miles wide, is the common reservoir of these confluent streams.

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  • Dacotah means "united people," and is the word which the Indians apply to seven of their band.1

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  • If the practice hitherto followed of applying to territories the names which they have been called by their aboriginal inhabitants is still adhered to, this new territory will have the name of Dacotah.

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  • This I know-for are there not still chiefs among the Dacotah of the north who carry pesh-klitso pictures of the Snow Woman's ancestors, given to their fathers long ago, when your people ruled? '

    Flashman and The Redskins

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