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or Wash•o

(wosh′ō, wô′shō)

n., pl. Wash•oes or Wash•os, (esp. collectively) Wash•oe or Wash•o.
1. a member of an American Indian people orig. centered in an area N, W, and SW of Lake Tahoe in California and Nevada.
2. the language of the Washoe.
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Upon waking, Wo'voka began to preach this gospel of renewal to his own people until eventually curious representatives from several Western and Plains nations, including the Ute, Shoshoni, Washo, Mohave, Cohonino, Pai, Arapaho, Cheyenne, Assiniboin, Gros Ventre, Mandan, Arikara, Pawnee, Caddo, Kichai, Wichita, Kiowa, Comanche, Delaware, Oto, and Western Lakota (Kehoe 8), came to Walker Lake to learn about the new ritual and seek teachings from Wo'voka, now popularly known as the Messiah.
The dead were identified as Shahi, Ayub, Gondal and Piro while the injured were recognized as Rahman, Wano, Washo and Qalandar.
There are 154 old Korean books in the archive at present: see Soke Bunko shiryo mokuroku--kirokurui IV washo kanseki (Izuhara: Izuhara-cho kyoiku iinkai, 1990), 271-84.
Washo has taken a piece of banana by giving a correct answer to her teacher and the reinforcement was the stimulate instrument for her learning; if she was correct it means that she had positive reinforcement and has taken a bonus, conversely, in front of wrong answer she was punishment and take a negative reinforcement.
Mark Washo, Playbook Management, Managing Partner, SMWW Faculty
I lasted about 10 minutes into the first episode in which one posho who didn't washo and had a laugh like an aristocratic donkey got kicked out before a big angry Y-shaped vein started appearing on my forehead.
In a county news release, Commissioners Mike Washo, Corey O'Brien and A.
When I learned about a little known, small and ignored tribe, called the Washo people of California and Nevada and how they.
The Washo Indians (Milwaukee Public Museum Bulletin 2(1)).
Suddenly in hospital on April 6th after a short illness, aged 80 years, Doreen Margaret ( nee Robertson), dearly beloved wife of the late Gerald Beverley, a very special mother to Wugo, Washo, Slim and Barrell, dear mother - in - law to Tam, David and Tim, a devoted gran to Iain, Jamie, Corey, Alistair, Duncan, Pippa and Abi and future great gran.
In Washo, to take one example, the morphological category of plurality is realized via prosodic expansion in the stressed syllable, which is normally penultimate (Yu 2005b).