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HOW.

Last seen on: –LA Times Crossword 17 Apr 21, Saturday
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Random information on the term “HOW”:

The word “How” is a pop culture Anglicization of the Lakota word háu, a Lakota language greeting by men to men. The term how is often found in stereotypical and outdated depictions of Native Americans, made by non-Natives, in some Hollywood movies and various novels, e.g. those of James Fenimore Cooper or Karl May.

The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) gives [haːʊ̯] (“how”) as the pronunciation, and claims Jesuit missionary Jean de Brébeuf had described the use of the term as an interjection of approval with the Wyandot (Hurons). De Brébeuf described individual speakers using Condayauendi Ierhayde cha nonhwicwahachen to signify the end of their speaking, which was answered by the community with a long “Hooow”.

Longman Webster describes Howgh as a greeting of the Lakota, Dakota, and/or Nakoda peoples; giving “Háu kola” (Hallo friend) as a Lakota language greeting. However, it would be the only Lakota term using a diphthong and is possibly of external origin. Dakota people and Omaha people use slightly different versions. Francis Parkman, in his book The Oregon Trail, gives a first-person account of three weeks spent hunting buffalo with a band of Oglala Lakota in 1846. He mentions their use of “How”. By 1900 “Good morning” was the preferred greeting among Omaha.

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