Arapaho definition

  • noun:
    • A Native American men and women formerly inhabiting eastern Colorado and southeast Wyoming, with present-day communities in Oklahoma and main Wyoming. Conventional Arapaho life had been in line with the buffalo-hunting tradition for the Great Plains.
    • A member of the people.
    • The Algonquian language associated with Arapaho.
    • A member of Arapaho individuals
    • an associate of a tribe of Plains Indians previously inhabiting east Colorado and Wyoming (today surviving in Oklahoma and Wyoming)
    • the Algonquian language spoken because of the Arapaho
  • proper-noun:
    • A Native United states people of Wyoming and Oklahoma.
    • The Algonquian language of the men and women.

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