Examples from the Web for kodiak
She opened the door, and there, within twenty-five feet of her, were three big Kodiak bears.Adventures in Alaska|Samuel Hall Young
The law was intended to protect the Kodiak bear, the "great brown bear" as it is called.The Land of Tomorrow|William B Stephenson, Jr.
We arrived in Kodiak on the morning of May 26th, and immediately began our preparations for the hunt.Trails and Tramps in Alaska and Newfoundland|William S. Thomas
The Russians, in their colony on Kodiak Island, were jealous of the intruders on what they considered as their domain.The Story of Sitka|C. L. Andrews
Baranoff, for a time after becoming Chief Director, resided in Kodiak.Alaska|Ella Higginson
British Dictionary definitions for kodiak
Word Origin and History for kodiak
Alaskan island, from Russian Kadiak, from Alutiiq (Eskimo) qikertaq "island."