Caddoan

Caddoan

[kad-oh-uhn]
noun
a family of North American Indian languages spoken in the upper Missouri valley in North Dakota, in the Platte valley in Nebraska, in southwestern Arkansas, and in neighboring parts of Oklahoma, Texas, and Louisiana.

Origin:
Caddo + -an

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Caddoan (ˈkædəʊən)
 
n
a family of Native American languages, including Pawnee, formerly spoken in a wide area of the Midwest, and probably distantly related to Siouan

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