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”)
- Any of a Native American people of Wisconsin and Nebraska, now called Ho-Chunk.
- Alternative form of
- a brand of American recreational vehicle manufactured by Winnebago Industries.
- the Siouan language of this people
- a placename: