Arapaho Indians?

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Arapaho is the Algonquian language spoken by the Indian people in North America. This community lives mainly on the great plains of Wyoming. The Arapaho migrated from Minnesota and North Dakota in the 17th century and settled in the upper Missouri River area.
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A·rap·a·ho
[uh-rap-uh-hoh]
NOUN [PLURAL A·RAP·A·HOS, (ESPECIALLY COLLECTIVELY) A·RAP·A·HO.]
1.
a member of a tribe of North American Indians of Algonquian speech stock, once dwelling in the Colorado plains and now in Oklahoma and Wyoming.
2.
an Algonquian language, the language of the Arapaho.
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