from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A Native American people constituting a subdivision of the Teton Sioux, formerly inhabiting the Black Hills region of western South Dakota, with a present-day population mainly in southwest South Dakota.
- n. A member of this people.
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- n. a Siouan language spoken by the Oglala
- n. a member of the Siouan people who constituted a division of the Teton Sioux and who formerly inhabited the Black Hills of western South Dakota
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They don't want to hear that there is a full-blown college called the Oglala Lakota College with branches in nearly every community.
'' Oglala '' (CM-4); tug '' Sotoyomo '' (YT-9); and Floating Drydock Number 2.
The Oglala medicine man Black Elk once said that truth comes in two pure forms: through tears and through laughter.
To assure us that interest in abstract patterning continues, there's the whimsical, Escher-like "Horn Spoon" (2009) in which artist Kevin Pourier (Oglala Lakota, b. 1958) beautifully conjures up the relationship between contemporary and traditional design and materials, by alternating mother-of-pearl and buffalo horn to form a geometric pattern of modern sensibility.
Many years ago Chief Fools Crow of the Oglala said of Russell Means and of me, "When we look at our future we have to look to Lakota like Russell Means and Tim Giago."
If he is healed and decides to run for the presidency of the Oglala Sioux Tribe again, I will be his biggest cheerleader and supporter, because the Lakota need a leader with vision and courage.
It could have visited Little Wound School at Kyle or Crazy Horse School at Wanbli, or it could have visited the campus of Oglala Lakota College and talked to Tom Shortbull and of the many things he is achieving and is hoping to achieve with this great college.
Paul Iron Cloud would be only too happy to show NBC what the Oglala Lakota Housing Authority is trying to accomplish and there are doctors and nurses that would love to show them around the new and improved hospital facilities.
Denny Sanford said he wanted to see work on the famed Oglala Lakota leader's horse completed in his lifetime.
The deer-hide war shirt, with locks of human hair dangling from its chest, belonged to Chief Black Bird of the Oglala Sioux.