noun, plural Chil·cats, (especially collectively) Chil·cat.
Origin of Chilcat
noun, plural Chil·kats, (especially collectively) Chil·kat.
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Historical Examples of chilcat
That they were Chilcat traders and plunderers he was well aware.
He understood why the son of the Chilcat chief should seek to obtain this maiden.
They wish to crawl like dogs at the feet of the Chilcat wolves.
He thought of what he had heard that morning about the Chilcat spies.
"Let the chief of the Ayana put aside his axe," the Chilcat responded.