noun, plural Pon·cas, (especially collectively) Pon·ca for 1.
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I knew him in the Ponca camp, and something whispers to me that he will let us have some feed for the cow.Lydia Knight's History|Susa Gates
The Ponca Indians bury their dead in a shallow hole, packing a mound of sward over the body.A String of Pearls|Various
Ponca Compound is also valuable during gestation and after parturition.
Its population was sometimes increased by visitors from the large Ponca Village, and from a Yankton village not far away.Ten years in the ranks, U.S. army|Augustus Meyers
Group of all the members of the Ponca delegation in Washington, November 14, 1877.