Examples from the Web for sitting bull
This refers to the first coming among the Kiowa of Sitting-bull, the Arapaho prophet of the ghost dance, in the fall of 1890.
The human figure beside the buffalo indicates the name "Sitting-bull."
The human figure 360 above the winter mark is intended for Sitting-bull.
British Dictionary definitions for sitting bull
Cultural definitions for sitting bull
A Native American leader of the Sioux tribe in the late nineteenth century. He was a chief and medicine man when the Sioux took up arms against settlers in the northern Great Plains and against United States army troops. He was present at the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876, when the Sioux decisively defeated the cavalry led by Colonel George Custer. (See Custer's last stand.)