The Life of Ten Bears: Comanche Historical Narratives

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Appendix
LEXICON
 Conventions: names are in roman type, other Nʉmʉtekwapʉ words are in italic, and glosses are in roman type.
Aʔaaethnonym; Crow Indian (sing.).
Aʔaanuuethnonym; Crow tribe; nʉʉ people (pl.).
aanuhkaruHorn Dance; aa horn, nʉhkarʉ dance; also called Buffalo Dance.
Ahpetupersonal name; given as Daughter of the Sky; petʉ daughter.
Ahwahkopersonal name; given as Shell Cup; aawo cup.
arakinship term; uncle, specifically mother’s brother.
aratsiwheel game.
Arikatosavitpersonal name; White Deer; arʉka deer, tosavit white.
Asetamypersonal name; given as Owner of a Gray Horse; esi gray, tami younger brother.
Asewaynahpersonal name; Gray Object Hanging Down; esi gray, wewenuka hanging down; Rudolph Fisher/ Fischer.
Attockniepersonal name; given as Dwelling That Sits Apart; ata other, kahne house.
Cavayopersonal name; from Spanish, caballo horse.
Chayapersonal name; wife of Chonips, sometimes called Mrs. Bones.
Cheeverspersonal name; given as tsiputsi Little Pitied One; usually given as from the Spanish, chiva goat; grandson of Ten Bears.
Chonipspersonal name; Bones; tsunip bone.
Coaschoeckivitpersonal name; Red Buffalo; kuhtsu buffalo, ekavit red; son of Ten Bears.
Ebiokwetoponym; Blue-Green River; ebi blue-green; Comanche name for the Brazos River.
Ekakwasipersonal name; Red Sleeve; kwasi sleeve; son of Toyaweki.
Ekatuepersonal name; Red Son.
Ekayuakatpersonal name; Owner of Red Robe.

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