Lipan

[li-pahn]
noun, plural Li·pans, (especially collectively) Li·pan for 1.
  1. a member of a group of Apache Indians who lived in the U.S. east of the Rio Grande.
  2. the Athabaskan language of the Lipan.
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Historical Examples of lipan

  • At the battle of Lipan they were defeated, routed, crushed out of existence.

  • No eyes in the world would suspect No Tongue of being a Lipan.

    The Talking Leaves

    William O. Stoddard

  • That was quite likely, for Lipan warriors are terribly hard riders.

    The Talking Leaves

    William O. Stoddard

  • "No," said one of the Lipan braves, pointing toward the south.

    The Talking Leaves

    William O. Stoddard

  • The Lipan warriors withdrew from it, all but the chief and six braves.

    The Talking Leaves

    William O. Stoddard