or bi·da·ra bi·dar·kee bai·dar·ka
Origin of bidarka
Examples from the Web for bidarka
Except when wide yaws took it off its course, a bidarka was heading in for the beach.
There be room in his bidarka for two, and he would that thou camest with him.
In reply to this the Aleut stooped down, went out of the door, and walked over to the bidarka, where it lay at the bank.The Young Alaskans|Emerson Hough
So he allowed himself to be led down to the water's edge, where he was put aboard his bidarka and a paddle thrust into his hand.
They sit in small hatch with apron all around their bodies, and the bidarka goes over the roughest sea and floats like a bladder.Our Little Alaskan Cousin|Mary F. Nixon-Roulet