Caddo definition

  • noun:
    • A Native American confederacy composed of many tiny tribes previously inhabiting the Red River section of Louisiana, Arkansas, and eastern Tx and today positioned in main Oklahoma.
    • A member of this confederacy.
    • The Caddoan language of this Caddo.
    • a part of just one of this Caddo tribes.
    • a small grouping of Plains Indians previously residing in something now North and Southern Dakota and Nebraska and Kansas and Arkansas and Louisiana and Oklahoma and Texas
    • a family of North American Indian languages talked extensively in Midwest by the Caddo
  • proper-noun:
    • A confederacy of a few southeastern indigenous United states tribes, who inhabited much of what exactly is today East Tx, western Louisiana and portions of south Arkansas and Oklahoma in sixteenth century.
    • A Caddoan language of the south flatlands of the US, spoken by the Caddo country of Oklahoma.

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