Sisseton

noun Sis·se·ton \ ˈsisətᵊn \

Definition of Sisseton

plural Sisseton or Sissetons
: a member of a Dakota people of the northern Mississippi valley

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Origin and Etymology of sisseton

Dakota sisitoṅwaṅ, from sisiṅ, siṅsiṅ besmeared, slimy + toṅwaṅyaṅ, to make a village, dwell at a place


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