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Omaha Words that are proper noun: place & personal names

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Wahóⁿthishíge (prop.noun)
  1. Orphan; the name of the hero in several myths.
  2. Orphan Boy
Wahóⁿthiⁿge (prop.noun)
  1. Orphan; a man's name of the Omaha Tesiⁿde clan.
Waíⁿ qúde (prop.noun)
  1. Gray Blankets; name given to the group of Poncas who lived in the village on the Niobrara in 1871.
Waná wáchʰigáxe (prop.noun)
  1. Begging Dance.
Wánoⁿpázhi (prop.noun)
  1. Fears no Seen Danger; bravery name of a Ponca man.
Wés'a níkʰashíⁿga (prop.noun)
  1. Shoshone; the Snake people.
Winaú (prop.noun)
  1. Woman's name; "First Daughter".
Winóⁿ (prop.noun)
  1. Woman's name, "First Daughter".
Záge (prop.noun)
  1. Sak, Sauk; the Sak or Sauk tribe.
zhiⁿgá chʰe (prop.noun)
  1. The Little One; one of the four figures on the rim of the rolling wheel.
Zhoⁿ tháwa (prop.noun)
  1. Stick counting; an Omaha game.
Zhóⁿata níkʰashíⁿga (prop.noun)
  1. The Yankton Dakotas; "people in the forest".
Zhoⁿthátʰe (prop.noun)
  1. "Wood eaters;" Sanssouci's village, in the timber on the lowland near Decatur, Nebr., in 1855.
Zhúthabthiⁿ (prop.noun)
  1. The Trinity.
Zíuhe (prop.noun)
  1. A branch of Bow Creek.
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