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Pawnee

[ paw-nee ]
/ pɔˈni /
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noun, plural Paw·nees, (especially collectively) Paw·nee for 1.

a member of a confederacy of North American Plains Indians of Caddoan stock formerly located along the Platte River valley, Nebraska, and now living in northern Oklahoma.
the Caddoan language of the Pawnee Indians.

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Pawnee
/ (pɔːˈniː) /

noun

plural -nees or -nee a member of a confederacy of related North American Indian peoples, formerly living in Nebraska and Kansas, now chiefly in Oklahoma
the language of these peoples, belonging to the Caddoan family
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