squaw

[n] - an American Indian woman
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Squaw

Squaw noun [ Massachusetts Indian squa , eshqua ; Narragansett squâws ; Delaware ochqueu , and khqueu ; used also in compound words (as the names of animals) in the sense of female .] A female; a woman; -- in the language of Indian tribes of the Algonquin fam...
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squaw

<ethnology> A female; a woman; in the language of Indian tribes of the Algonquin family, correlative of sannup. ... Origin: Massachusetts Indian squa, eshqua; Narragansett squaws; Delaware ochqueu, and khqueu; used also in compound words (as the names of animals) in the sense of female. ... (10 Mar 1998) ...
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squaw

noun an American Indian woman
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Squaw

• (n.) A female; a woman; -- in the language of Indian tribes of the Algonquin family, correlative of sannup.
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Squaw

Squaw is slang for woman or wife.
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Squaw

Squaw is slang for woman or wife.
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Squaw

Squaw is an English language loan-word, used as a noun or adjective, whose present meaning is an indigenous woman of North America. It is derived from the eastern Algonquian morpheme meaning `woman` that appears in numerous Algonquian languages variously spelled squa, skwa, esqua, sqeh, skwe, que, kwa, ikwe, exkwew, xkwe, etc. At present, the te.....
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