from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Any of the Sioux peoples, especially any of the peoples of the Santee branch.
- n. A member of a Sioux people, especially a Santee.
- n. The Siouan language of the Dakota, especially the dialect of the Santee.
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- proper n. the Santee branch of the Sioux people; the language of these people
- proper n. either of the two states North Dakota or South Dakota
- proper n. A male or female given name.
- n. A member of the Dakota people.
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- n. a member of the Siouan people of the northern Mississippi valley; commonly called the Sioux
- n. the Siouan language spoken by the Dakota
- n. the area of the states of North Dakota and South Dakota
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Kerry are you metally disabled? or just stupid, MILEY is old then dakota! and even if Miley wasnt older then Dakota, who the **** would want MILEY CYRUS to be JANE?!?!?
The name Dakota honors Piestawa's Native American heritage.
The town of Sturgis, North Dakota is legendary among those who ride motorcycles, and the town people know how to make a biker welcome.
North Dakota is providing jobs for unemployed non-custodial parents who don't have the financial resources to meet their child support
As others have stated, cite the statute that says what South Dakota is doing is illegal.
South Dakota is the 2nd most popular state for fulltime RVers after Texas.
"South Dakota is the frontline of today's civil-rights battle," Lembrich said.
The name Dakota means the "allied one," and indicates the bands that united to form the tribe.
-- The word Dakota is a name by which the people of the greatest northwestern Indian Confederacies called themselves.
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While no political organization has been known to exist within the historic period over the whole Dakota nation, the traditional alliance of the "Seven Council-fires" is perpetuated in the common name Dakota, signifying allied, friendly.