osage

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A member of this people
The language of this people
A Native American people related to the Sioux
North American Plains Indian people living mostly in Oklahoma, U.S. Their language is Siouan. The name Osage is a French-derived version of their name for themselves, Wazhazhe. They lived variously in the Piedmont and Ozark plateaus and the western Missouri and southeastern Kansas prairies. Their culture was marked by the combination of village agriculture and buffalo hunting. Their villages consisted of longhouses; tepees were used during the hunting season. Their religious ceremonies divided clans into symbolic sky and earth groups. In the late 19th century the Osage were removed to a reservation in Oklahoma. The discovery of oil there made them a uniquely prosperous tribe. They number more than 18,000
{i} member of the Osage Indian tribe; language of the Osage Indian tribe
a river in Missouri that is a tributary of the Missouri River
the Dhegiha dialect spoken by the Osage people a river in Missouri that is a tributary of the Missouri River a member of the Siouan people formerly living in Missouri in the valleys of the Missouri and Osage rivers; oil was found on Osage lands early in the 20th century
a member of the Siouan people formerly living in Missouri in the valleys of the Missouri and Osage rivers; oil was found on Osage lands early in the 20th century
the Dhegiha dialect spoken by the Osage people
osage orange
The fruit of this tree
osage orange
The tree Maclura pomifera, noted for its large, dense, wrinkly, bright green and unpalatable fruit, once a popular hedge tree in the United States
Osage River
A river, about 579 km (360 mi) long, of central Missouri rising as the confluence of two smaller streams on the Kansas border and flowing east and northeast through the Lake of the Ozarks and on to the Missouri River near Jefferson City. River, western Missouri, U.S. Formed by the junction of the Marais des Cygnes and Little Osage rivers, it is about 500 mi (800 km) long and is the largest tributary of the Missouri River. It flows east and northeast through Lake of the Ozarks and enters the Missouri just east of Jefferson City, Mo
Osage orange
A dioecious spiny tree (Maclura pomifera) native to Arkansas and Texas and having pulpy, inedible, orangelike multiple fruit
osage orange
small shrubby deciduous yellowwood tree of south central United States having spines, glossy dark green leaves and an inedible fruit that resembles an orange; its hard orange-colored wood used for bows by native Americans; frequently planted as boundary hedge
osage orange
See Bois d'arc
osage orange
An ornamental tree of the genus Maclura M
osage orange
aurantiaca), closely allied to the mulberry (Morus); also, its fruit
osage orange
The tree was first found in the country of the Osage Indians, and bears a hard and inedible fruit of an orangelike appearance
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