See also: cheyenne
- An indigenous people of the Great Plains in North America.
- An Algonquian language spoken by the Cheyenne people.
- The capital and largest city in Wyoming, United States, and the county seat of Laramie County; named for the people.
- A river in the United States; flowing 295 miles from the confluence of the Antelope and Dry Fork creeks in Thunder Basin National Grassland, Wyoming into Lake Oahe, a reservoir of the Missouri River, at Mission Ridge, South Dakota.
- A town in Oklahoma, United States; the county seat of Roger Mills County.
- A female or male given name of modern American usage.
city in Wyoming
river in Wyoming and South Dakota
Cheyenne (plural Cheyenne or Cheyennes)
- A member of the Cheyenne people.
member of the Cheyenne people
- Ethnologue entry for Cheyenne, chy
- Cheyenne Dictionary
- Cheyenne Language Web Site
- Wikipedia Cheyenne language edition