from sesshaft to vagrant?
vagant wohl, oder?
Old High German: quappa f. (10. Jh.), quappo f. (Hs. 13. Jh.)
Old Saxon: quappa`f. `puitaal’
Since Okaxpa ‘Downstream’ (= “Quapaw” < “Cappa, Quappa”) is actually
upstream on the Mississippi, relative to the rest of the villages, my
suspicion is that it must have been named while located at the mouth of
the Arkansas (or maybe even south of the Arkansas), while ImahaN was
probably “up” along the course of the Arkansas.
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