noun, plural Paw·nees, (especially collectively) Paw·nee for 1.
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Contemporary Examples of pawnee
Her grandfather had been a physician and healer who—according to family lore—married a descendant of the Osage or Pawnee tribes.Those Kansas City Blues: A Family History
October 24, 2014
Pawnee said farewell to the aggressively healthy Chris Traeger and tropical fish Ann Perkins.Goodbye Chris Traeger and Ann Perkins, P.S. I Love You
January 31, 2014
Historical Examples of pawnee
Therefore, in the Hako, the Pawnee ceremony, the ear of corn is painted with blue.
I'll get square with you some day, Pawnee Brown, mark my words!
Then, before Pawnee Brown could stop him his pistol flashed in the fire-light.
She would have liked to assist Pawnee Brown, but could not see how it could just then be done.
Every animal was gone, including the one Pawnee Brown had ridden.
Indian tribes of the Caddoan family, formerly inhabiting the plains of Nebraska, 1778, from Canadian French pani, from a Siouan language, e.g. Oto panyi.