noun, plural Chil·cats, (especially collectively) Chil·cat.
Origin of Chilcat
Definition for chilcat (2 of 2)
noun, plural Chil·kats, (especially collectively) Chil·kat.
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No one will harm her, for the Chilcat warriors will protect her with their lives.
Two Chilcat warriors went down before the fire of their muskets, which caused the others to hesitate for a few seconds.
"Let the chief of the Ayana put aside his axe," the Chilcat responded.
My Indians seemed not in the least shocked or surprised, explaining that it was only the remains of a Chilcat slave.Travels in Alaska|John Muir
Klitonda firmly believed that Klota's spirit had visited him in the Chilcat camp, and freed him from the tree.