tan-tka wa-ki'-se wa-ki'-le-se - "the man (many) (acting by command etc.) (probably two ideas)"
I interpreted wakí as a servant, slave, or in the modern context, an employee (in some workplaces, they're all the same). Waki looks similar to the Iowa word for servant, wagixra.
Also figured wakíle as going and serving, or something like that. Using Oliverio's definitions for se as the definite article or assertive, and tañ-tka as many, it looks like he was saying 'the many servants, going to serve/serving'.
VA- Akin, Ballard, Berry, Branch, Bryan, Butler, Bunch, Cooke, Deane, Ellis, Glenn, Hancock, Herndon, Kendall, King, Lawrence, Lee, Martin, Meade, Moore, Napper, Neal, Pendleton, Powell, Ritchey, Riddle, Savage, Scott, Sheppard, Smith, Stanley, Thacker, Tyree, Yelton, Waller, Ware, Winn, and more
NC- Bennett, Brown, Gatlin, Ivey, Morris, Pulley, Weldon, Whitehead
KY-Cox, Hall NJ-Gould