Ṭá-cka-hi ȼáⁿ

Ṭá-cka-hi ȼáⁿ 
Táshkahi thóⁿ 
not applicable (or) not available 
"The land where there are white oaks"; the name given by the Omahas to one of their old camping-places on or near the Platte, between Snell Creek and Hide-c̸iñge. 
Aug 26, 2011 2:02 am


Is the final "or" meant to introduce an English name of Hide-thiⁿge (and what is that?), or does it mean JOD is not sure where the place is?
Added/modified by: Catherine Rudin on 8/25/11, 9:03 PM


proper noun: place & personal names 


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