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Teton

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[ tee-ton ]
/ ˈti tɒn /
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noun, plural Te·tons, (especially collectively) Te·ton for 2.
the westernmost branch of the Dakota Indians.
a member of any of the tribes belonging to this branch, as the Brulé, Hunkpapa, Miniconjou, and Oglala.
a dialect of the Dakota language.
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Also called La·ko·ta, La·kho·ta [luh-koh-tuh] /ləˈkoʊ tə/ .

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Teton2
[ tee-ton, teet-n ]
/ ˈti tɒn, ˈtit n /

noun
a river in NW central Montana, flowing E to the Marias River. 143 miles (230 km) long.
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