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Cheyenne

noun Chey·enne \shī-ˈan, -ˈen\
plural Cheyenne or Cheyennes

Definition of CHEYENNE

1
:  a member of an American Indian people of the western plains of the United States
2
:  the Algonquian language of the Cheyenne people

Origin of CHEYENNE

American French, from Dakota šahíyena
First Known Use: 1778

Cheyenne

geographical name Chey·enne \shī-ˈan, -ˈen\

Definition of CHEYENNE

1
river 527 miles (850 kilometers) South Dakota flowing NE into Missouri River
2
city SE Wyoming, its pop 59,466
CHEYENNES Defined for Kids

Cheyenne

noun Chey·enne \shī-ˈan, -ˈen\
plural Cheyenne or Chey·ennes

Definition of CHEYENNE for Kids

1
:  a member of an American Indian people of the western plains ranging between the Arkansas and Missouri rivers
2
:  the language of the Cheyenne people

Cheyenne

geographical name Chey·enne \shī-ˈan, -ˈen\

Definition of CHEYENNE for Kids

city, capital of Wyoming

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