Papoose

A papoose (from the Algonquian papoos, meaning `child`) is an American English loanword whose present meaning is `a Native American Indian child` (regardless of tribe) or, even more generally, any child, usually used as a term of endearment, often in the context of the child`s mother. The word came originally from the Narragansett tribe. In 1...
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papoose

[n] - an American Indian infant
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Papoose

• (n.) A babe or young child of Indian parentage in North America.
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papoose

pappoose noun an American Indian infant
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Papoose

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Papoose

Pa·poose' noun A babe or young child of Indian parentage in North America.
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Papoose

An Indian word used by many frontiersmen and mountain men to mean any Indian child.
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