In their cheerleader personas, the penguins took over the stadium, entering through the igloo.
Don't you remember about that Eskimo igloo that they had built of ice in the middle of the skating pond?
Johnny left the igloo with a worried expression on his face.
He was under the fur coat of the Eskimo boy, being carried across the snow to the ice hut, or igloo.
Previous snows had found no lodgment into banks, and an igloo could not be built.
He was up in the Lake Hazen region with his Eskimos, and he had left them at the igloo while he looked around for game.
About two miles from Good Point, we passed the Doctor's igloo.
Even with the thermometer at forty below, and the wind howling about the igloo, this room was warm as toast.
I helped Mr. Borup build his igloo, for which he was grateful.
When he emerged again from the igloo the last breath of the storm had ceased to blow and a dead calm prevailed.
1824, Canadian English, from an Eskimo word for "house, dwelling" (cf. Greenlandic igdlo "house").