Missionaries, travelers, and linguists have given us a great store of the myths of the dakotan stock.
The dakotan came in barefooted with two large bundles of copy.
I first heard of the dakotan at a time when I was not quite so interested in the younger generation.
The dakotan sat down on the floor before the fire and was still as a spirit.
In some features of structure the dakotan languages present an amazing diversity.
However, the average of these dakotan specimens, all characters considered, is nearer to my concept of longicauda.
Recently the dakotan told me of a dream, and I asked him to write it.
The burial customs of all the dakotan tribes would appear to have been fluctuating, inclining to aerial sepulture.
And that is what I thought of, when the dakotan said that the Lake was listening.
The belief in the plurality of souls appears to have been widespread among dakotan tribes.
1809, name of a group of native peoples from the Plains states speaking a Siouan language, from Dakota dakhota "friendly" (the name often is translated as "allies"). Recorded by Lewis and Clark (1804) as Dar co tar; in western dialects of the Teton subgroup, Lakota, Lakhota; in Assiniboine dialect, Nakota, Nakhota.