noun, plural Ki·o·was, (especially collectively) Ki·o·wa for 1.
Examples from the Web for kiowa
This was the first general attempt by the Kiowa to raise stock (except horses).
The Kiowa statement of his singing his death song is corroborated by Battey and by agent Tatum.
A moment afterward the Kiowa finished his boastful tale, and received a noisy ovation from his people.Three Sioux Scouts|Elmer Russell Gregor
The Comanche had no sun dance of their own, but sometimes joined with the Kiowa.
Early in the spring an epidemic of measles broke out among the children in the Kiowa school.