noun, plural Mo·he·gans, (especially collectively) Mo·he·gan.
Example sentences from the Web for mohegan
Mohegan raised him self, as if in obedience to a signal for his departure, and stretched his wasted arm toward the west.
The eye of the Great Spirit can see from the clouds—the bosom of Mohegan is bare!
A Mohegan Indian was in advance of all the rest of the company in the pursuit.King Philip|John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott
The Mohegan had rejoined the party before La Salle's return, and with his aid the portage was soon found.La Salle and the Discovery of the Great West|Francis Parkman
Swamp maple is also commonly used by the Mohegan basket-makers, although it is not as durable as either the oak or the ash.Decorative Art of Indian Tribes of Connecticut|Frank Gouldsmith Speck