noun1. a member of a group of North American Indian peoples who spoke a Siouan language and who ranged from Lake Michigan to the Rocky Mountains• Syn: ↑Sioux• Hyponyms:↑Biloxi, ↑Catawba, ↑Crow, ↑Dakota, ↑Dhegiha, ↑Hidatsa, ↑Gros Ventre, ↑Iowa, ↑Ioway, ↑Missouri, ↑Ofo, ↑Oto, ↑Otoe, ↑Santee, ↑Santee Sioux, ↑Santee Dakota, ↑Eastern Sioux, ↑Teton, ↑Lakota, ↑Teton Sioux, ↑Teton Dakota, ↑Tutelo, ↑Winnebago2. a family of North American Indian languages spoken by the Sioux• Syn: ↑Siouan language• Hyponyms:↑Biloxi, ↑Catawba, ↑Chiwere, ↑Crow, ↑Dakota, ↑Dhegiha, ↑Hidatsa, ↑Gros Ventre, ↑Hunkpapa, ↑Ofo, ↑Oglala, ↑Ogalala, ↑Santee, ↑Tutelo, ↑Winnebagoadjectiveof or relating to the Sioux people or their language and culture• Pertains to noun: ↑Sioux• Derivationally related forms: ↑Sioux
Useful english dictionary. 2012.