Winnebago

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Ojibwe Wiinibiigoo (Winnebago person), from wiinibiig (murky water) (of Lake Winnipeg), from wiini’ (to make someone dirty), wiinad (it is dirty), plus nibi (water), plural nibig (waters)

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Winnebago (plural Winnebagos or Winnebagoes)

  1. Any of a Native American people of Wisconsin and Nebraska, now called Ho-Chunk.

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Winnebago

  1. the language of this people
  2. a brand of American recreational vehicle

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