noun, plural nam·ay·cush·es, (especially collectively) nam·ay·cush.
- namas kar,
- name after,
- name day,
- name is mud, one's
Origin of namaycush
Examples from the Web for namaycush
The namaycush of Nepigon weigh from nine to twenty-five pounds.
From the Namaycush Lake tilt the trail swung out through the forest, circuited a great open marsh, and returned again to the tilt.
Their thoughts were full of the hopes and aspirations of the first evening when they came to the Namaycush Lake tilt.
During the morning I dropped a troll and landed the first namaycush of the trip—a seven-pound fish.The Long Labrador Trail|Dillon Wallace
In winter there is as good sport with the namaycush, and it is managed peculiarly.