noun, plural Pi·utes, (especially collectively) Pi·ute.
noun, plural Pai·utes, (especially collectively) Pai·ute.
Examples from the Web for piute
Historical Examples of piute
The Claywall physician came into the little room as silently as a Piute.They of the High Trails
They yowled and danced like Piute Indians, and glared at each other as they danced.In a Little Town
You see the Piute women put black on their faces when a child is gone.Myth, Ritual, and Religion, Vol. 1
Arriving there, we found only a Piute family and one Oriba woman.Jacob Hamblin: A Narrative of His Personal Experience
James A. Little
Piute will get deer, or you may shoot them yourself; eat all the venison you can.The Heritage of the Desert