an American Indian language family formerly widespread from Saskatchewan to the lower Mississippi, also found in the Virginia and Carolina piedmont, and including Catawba, Crow, Dakota, Hidatsa, Mandan, Osage, and Winnebago.
a member of one of the Siouan-speaking peoples.
of or relating to the Sioux or the Siouan languages.
a family of North American Indian languages including Sioux, probably related to Iroquoian
of or relating to the Sioux peoples or languages
noun, plural Sioux [soo, sooz] /su, suz/ (Show IPA) 1. Dakota (defs 4, 6). noun 1. (pl) Sioux (suː; suːz). a member of a group of North American Indian peoples formerly ranging over a wide area of the Plains from Lake Michigan to the Rocky Mountains 2. any of the Siouan languages Sioux [(sooh)] A […]
noun 1. a port in W Iowa, on the Missouri River.
noun 1. a city in SE South Dakota.
noun 1. a nickname of the state of North Dakota.