Sacajawea

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Sac·a·ga·we·a

 (săk′ə-gə-wē′ə, sä-kä′gä-wē′ä) or Sac·a·ja·we·a (săk′ə-jə-wē′ə) 1787?-1812?
Shoshone guide and interpreter who accompanied (1805-1806) the Lewis and Clark expedition.

Sac•a•ja•we•a

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Sac•a•ga•we•a

(-gəˈwi ə, -dʒə-)

n.
1787?–1812?, Shoshone guide and interpreter.
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Noun1.Sacajawea - the Shoshone guide and interpreter who guided the Lewis and Clark expedition part of the way
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