noun, plural Pot·a·wat·o·mis, (especially collectively) Pot·a·wat·o·mi.
Examples from the Web for potawatomi
He had never forgotten her last words to him, spoken serenely as the Potawatomi seized her arms.Shaman|Robert Shea
For the early habitat of the Potawatomi, consult Croghan's Journals, in our volume i, p. 115 note 84.
I can handle the language of the Algonquin like a native, being part Potawatomi myself.Call Him Savage|John Pollard
The evidence furnished by two Shawnees, captured on the twenty-second of June, corroborated the Potawatomi.
In this region dwelt Turkey Foot, at the head of a lawless band of the prairie Potawatomi.