[ shah-hap-tee-uhn ]
/ ʃɑˈhæp ti ən /
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noun, adjective plural Sha·hap·ti·ans, (especially collectively) Sha·hap·ti·an,
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How to use Shahaptian in a sentence
The Klikitat were a Shahaptian tribe, near kin to the Yakima.
On the south they were hemmed in mainly by the Shahaptian tribes.Indian Linguistic Families Of America, North Of Mexico|John Wesley Powell