Ka·te·ri [kah-tuh-ree] /ˈkɑ tə ri/ or Catherine, 1656–80, North American Indian ascetic; convert to Roman Catholicism.
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How to use Tekakwitha in a sentence
Tekakwitha was not long in choosing between Aireskoi and Rawenniio.
This, in general, is the costume of the merry group with Tekakwitha at the spring.
Tekakwitha was only a little girl when she lived at Gandawague.
Tekakwitha does not find him at once, for the blackgown has guests.
Ah, Tekakwitha, why is your step so weary there in the village street?