Buffalo Indian

noun
a member of one of the tribes of American Indians who lived a nomadic life following the buffalo in the Great Plains of North America
Syn: ↑Plains Indian
Hypernyms: ↑Indian, ↑American Indian, ↑Red Indian
Hyponyms:
Atakapa, ↑Attacapan, ↑Arapaho, ↑Arapahoe, ↑Blackfoot, ↑Caddo, ↑Cheyenne, ↑Kiowa, ↑Ojibwa, ↑Ojibway, ↑Chippewa, ↑Pima, ↑Sioux, ↑Siouan

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noun
Usage: usually capitalized B&I

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Buffalo Indian,
= Plains Indian. (Cf.Plains Indian)

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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