[D-G] Hyphenation et de l'HyperObject

Mike Lansing badger2 at mail2world.com
Mon Mar 13 17:12:49 PDT 2017

So Many Hyphens, Such Little Time

We are looking for Old French linguistic resonance for Tuc d'Audobert,
gastronomical trajectories linking either to Odawa(Ottawa) or Menominee
placename, skilagallee "evil spirit point." One clue is here: "Husband
of Omaha" Wa zha'-xe-i(n) of the Tsi-zhu'-wa-shta-ge gens.
Tse-pa-u'thi(n)-ga "Holder-of-the-Buffalo-Head." 

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