Simple Definition of Sioux
: a member of a Native American people originally from the north central U.S.
Origin and Etymology of sioux
American French, short for Nadouessioux, from Ojibwa na·towe·ssiw-
First Known Use: 1762
Rhymes with sioux
blue, boo, brew, chew, clew, clue, coo, coup, crew, cue, dew, do, doux, due, ewe, few, flu, flue, fou, glue, gnu, goo, hew, hue, Jew, Koo, lieu, loo, mew, moo, moue, mu, new, nu, ooh, pew, phew, pooh, q, queue, roux, rue, screw, shoe, shoo, shrew, skew, slew, slough, slue, smew, sou, sous, spew, sprue, stew, strew, sue, Sue, thew, through, to, too, true, two, u, view, whew, who, woo, xu, yew, you, zoo
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