noun, plural Ki·o·was, (especially collectively) Ki·o·wa for 1.
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The Oklahoma Kiowa have joined this warpath; the Yellowstone is their ancestral homeland.
The Kiowa trail was easy to follow, for the great herd of ponies had left many tracks.
The sun had not appeared when the war party left the grove and cantered away toward the Kiowa camp.
They looked eagerly into the east in the hope of discovering smoke from the Kiowa camp.
Almost within sight of the Kiowa camp, they were eager to approach and begin the fight.
When the Kiowa finally paused, and appeared to be waiting for a reply, the Cheyenne remained silent.