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Omaha Words that are proper noun: place & personal names

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Miⁿká'e moⁿthíⁿazhi thoⁿ (prop.noun)
  1. North Star; "the star which does not walk".
Miⁿká'e óⁿbahá thiⁿ (prop.noun)
  1. Evening Star, Venus; "the star moving toward day".
Míⁿxasoⁿ wétʰazhi (prop.noun)
  1. "Those who do not touch swans"; an Omaha sub-clan.
Pádoⁿka (prop.noun)
  1. Comanche; Paducah.
Pádoⁿka wachʰí (prop.noun)
  1. Comanche or Paducah dance.
Páhi zhíde (prop.noun)
  1. "Those whose necks are red"; people of St. Louis, MO.
pahískă (prop.noun)
  1. Personal name, White hair of the head
Páhizhíde tʰóⁿwoⁿgthoⁿ (prop.noun)
  1. St. Louis, Mo.
Patháge ní ithábisóⁿde (prop.noun)
  1. Sergeant Bluff, Iowa; "promontory which forces the stream (Missouri River) into a narrow place by leaning against it".
Páthiⁿ (prop.noun)
  1. Pawnee; the Pawnees.
Páthiⁿ píza (prop.noun)
  1. The Arikara; the Sand Pawnees or Rees.
Páthiⁿ wasábe (prop.noun)
  1. The "Black Bear Pawnees" or Wichitas.
Páthiⁿmáhoⁿ (prop.noun)
  1. Skidi or Pawnee Loups; a tribe of the Pawnees.
Páznutʰa (prop.noun)
  1. A mythical race of giants that lived in the Nebraska area before the arrival of the Indians.
Póⁿka (prop.noun)
  1. Ponca, a Ponca person.
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