noun, plural Mic·macs, (especially collectively) Mic·mac for 1.
Examples from the Web for micmac
"More o' Micmac John's work," commented Dick as he kicked the ashes.
As an ethnic unit the Micmac can therefore hardly be said to exist here.Report by the Governor on a Visit to the Micmac Indians at Bay d'Espoir|William MacGregor
What Micmac said about the Nascaupees disturbed him not a little.
In fact, he had a Micmac nickname which, translated, meant "the man who deafens his friends with much talk."
Micmac, too, became friendly, inferring with the instinct of his race that Ford was an object to be guarded.The Wild Olive|Basil King
British Dictionary definitions for micmac
Word Origin and History for micmac
Algonquian tribe of the Canadian Maritimes and Newfoundland, by 1776, from mi:kemaw, a native name said to mean literally "allies."