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Haida

[ hahy-duh ]
/ ˈhaɪ də /
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noun, plural Hai·das, (especially collectively) Hai·da for 1.

a member of an Indian people inhabiting the Queen Charlotte Islands in British Columbia and Prince of Wales Island in Alaska.
the language of the Haida people, part of the Na-Dene language group.

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British Dictionary definitions for Haida

Haida
/ (ˈhaɪdə) /

noun

plural -das or -da a member of a seafaring group of North American Indian peoples inhabiting the coast of British Columbia and SW Alaska
the language of these peoples, belonging to the Na-Dene phylum

Derived forms of Haida

Haidan, adjective
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