noun, plural Mo·hi·cans, (especially collectively) Mo·hi·can.
Examples from the Web for mohican
"Uncas will stay," the young Mohican calmly answered in English.The Last of the Mohicans|James Fenimore Cooper
It bears a strong affinity to the Mohican and the Chippeway, but more especially the Kickapoo.Life of Tecumseh, and of His Brother the Prophet|Benjamin Drake
The marsh has remained unchanged since the days when the Mohican Indians speared fish there.The Log of the Sun|William Beebe
Whenever we had met a dark-haired person, he had said to me: "Do you think that is a Mohican?"A Jolly Fellowship|Frank R. Stockton
Then let us see if Mohican eyes are better than them of a lad who follows the water.The Pathfinder|James Fenimore Cooper
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Word Origin and History for mohican
from Mahican (Algonquian) ma:hi:kan "people of the tidal estuary." Spelling with -o- popularized by James Fenimore Cooper's novel.