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Makah

[ muh-kaw ]

noun

, plural Ma·kahs, (especially collectively) Ma·kah
  1. a member of an American Indian people of the Olympic Peninsula in northwest Washington.
  2. the Wakashan language of the Makah.


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Example Sentences

He went to Meccah and never returned— Dia pergi ka-Makah lanjar ta balik.

I very much wish to go to Meccah— Niat hati sahaya handak pergi ka-Makah.

Certain rush bags of the Quinault and the Makah resemble this type of matting but the rushes are not pierced.

But it is about as hard to live up to his ideal of a home-makah, as to reach any othah City of Desiah.

Port Angeles has been the scene of a grand ceremony,—the marriage of Yeomans's daughter to the son of a Makah chief.

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