Wakandagi

Freshwater Monster of Nebraska. Etymology: Omaha (Siouan) word. Variant name: Waktchexi (Winnebago/ Siouan).

P^hysical description: Antlers. Hooves. Strong tail.

Distribution: Missouri River. Sources: Albert S. Gatschet, "WaterMonsters of American Aborigines," Journal of American Folklore 12 (1899): 255-260; Alice C. Fletcher and Francis LaFlesche, "The Omaha Tribe," Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology 27 (1911); Reo F. Fortune, Omaha Secret Societies (New York: Columbia University Press, 1932), pp. 90-97.

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