Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A member of a Native American people formerly inhabiting parts of Arkansas along the Arkansas River, with a present-day population in Oklahoma.
  • noun The Siouan language of the Quapaw.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun Any of a Native American people who once lived in the Arkansas river valley.
  • proper noun The dialect of Dhegiha spoken by these people.
  • proper noun A town in Oklahoma.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the Dhegiha dialect spoken by the Quapaw
  • noun a member of the Siouan people of the Arkansas river valley in Arkansas

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Examples

  • Mississippi as far as 10. 0pt'th e villages of the Arkansas, later known as Quapaw, at the mouth of the river of the same name, making the earliest map of the region and indicating the position of the various tribes, but without undertaking a foundation.

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  • Still, Downstream Development Authority of the Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma on Thursday launched an offering for $295 million of senior secured notes due 2019.

    Forestar Pulls Bond Deal, Highlighting Skittish Market

  • Still, Downstream Development Authority of the Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma on Thursday launched an offering for $295 million of senior secured notes due 2019.

    Forestar Pulls Bond Deal, Highlighting Skittish Market

  • Two hundred years ago the territory was neutral ground for the Caddo, Osage, Quapaw, and Natchez Indians who first came here to be healed by sweat baths in the natural hot water—and that atmosphere of tolerance persisted.

    Into the Story

  • Shot not by a professional photographer, but by a sailor on board the USS Quapaw, with a simple Brownie Box Camera.

    Making Light: In the navy, between the wars

  • Two hundred years ago the territory was neutral ground for the Caddo, Osage, Quapaw, and Natchez Indians who first came here to be healed by sweat baths in the natural hot water—and that atmosphere of tolerance persisted.

    Into the Story

  • Two hundred years ago the territory was neutral ground for the Caddo, Osage, Quapaw, and Natchez Indians who first came here to be healed by sweat baths in the natural hot water—and that atmosphere of tolerance persisted.

    Into the Story

  • Shot not by a professional photographer, but by a sailor on board the USS Quapaw, with a simple Brownie Box Camera.

    Making Light: In the navy, between the wars

  • Two hundred years ago the territory was neutral ground for the Caddo, Osage, Quapaw, and Natchez Indians who first came here to be healed by sweat baths in the natural hot water—and that atmosphere of tolerance persisted.

    Into the Story

  • These tribes include the Quapaw, Shawnee, and the Wyandotte.

    THIS IS WHAT 40 YEARS OF POORLY THOUGHT OUT CAPITALISM HAS TO OFFER DOWN-and-OUT AMERICA in 2008: An Oklahoma County w

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