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A good luck symbol by which the individual is guided and blessed through out his or her life. A social symbol within the tribe only.

 
CARRY-mau-NE Walking Turtle
Cata-HE-CAS-sa Black Hoof
CHI-un-GALLA Standing Fort
ELEM-sha-ta Elk Horn
GI-me-WA-ne Rain Moon
HAH-Tah-GO-uh Crow
KO-to-wha-CUM-se Black Feather
Lay-la-SHE-kaw He who goes up the river
Mah-CAW-te Big Fire (gun powder)
Match-squa-thi-Ki-sat-hoi Fair one who smiles much
MU-kon-SE Little Bear
Nah-Tah-GO-Un Crow
NAH-WA-KI-la Red Leaf
Ne-Sweah-Pe-A-Se Spotted Fawn
NIK-ya Mother
OTHA-WHA-wa-se Hummingbird
OUT-how-wa-SHOK-ka Yellow Hawk
PAH-SQUAW-ke Little Rapids
PAH-te-COO-saw Straight Man
Pee-so-Tum Big Fighter
PEN-ega-SHE-ga Change of Feathers
qua-qua-NE-SE Grasshopper
SHA-pa-to Raccoon
SHEL-te Big Turtle
Sheme-NE-to Black Snake
SIG-ge-NAWK Black Bird
SI-me-me Little Axe
Tawaskota-Nip-pe Prairie Water
TAR-he The Crane
TAW-pa-pa-NAH-we Hanging Rock
THA-wa-KI-la Talking Leaves
WAH-pa-la-WAH White Turkey
WA-ne-GO-peth Sweet Breeze
Wa-paw-toh Little Tree
WA-pe-ME White Dove
WAW-BE-te The Elk
WAW-pa-MEEP-to Gives light as he walks
Waweyapiersenwa Whirlpool
Waw-paw-waw-Qua White Loon
WIN-di-GO Man Eater