Cayuse

• (n.) An Indian pony.
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Cayuse

(from the article `Whitman, Marcus`) In 1836 Whitman founded a mission among the Cayuse Indians at Waiilatpu, 6 miles (10 km) west of present-day Walla Walla. The Spaldings established a ...
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cayuse

Indian pony noun a small native range horse
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Cayuse

Cay·use' noun An Indian pony. [ Northw. U. S.]
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Cayuse

A horse. Also a tribe of Indians in Oregon.
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Cayuse

Cayuse (kīyOOs') , Native North Americans who formerly occupied parts of NE Oregon and SE Washington. They were closely associated with the Nez Percé and spoke a language belonging to the Sahaptin-Chinook branch of the Penutian linguistic stock (see Native American Languages). A mis...
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Cayuse

General-purpose Light Helicopter Series [US]
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cayuse

North American wild or Indian-tamed horse, descended from horses taken to the New World by the Spanish in the 16th century. The name comes from that ... [1 related articles]
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cayuse

[n] - a small native range horse
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