noun, plural ig·loos.
Origin of igloo
Examples from the Web for igloo
In their cheerleader personas, the penguins took over the stadium, entering through the igloo.
Even with the thermometer at forty below, and the wind howling about the igloo, this room was warm as toast.The Purple Flame|Roy J. Snell
Frank,” said Edith, “we must build an igloo at the fort when we return.Ungava|R.M. Ballantyne
"We won't build the igloo of ice blocks," said Russ quite calmly.Six Little Bunkers at Mammy June's|Laura Lee Hope
noun plural -loos or -lus
Word Origin for igloo
1824, Canadian English, from an Eskimo word for "house, dwelling" (cf. Greenlandic igdlo "house").