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Sasquatch

[ sas-kwoch, -kwach ]
/ ˈsæs kwɒtʃ, -kwætʃ /
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Origin of Sasquatch

First recorded in 1925–30, Sasquatch is from the Mainland Halkomelem word sέsq̉əc
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British Dictionary definitions for Sasquatch

sasquatch
/ (ˈsæsˌkwætʃ) /

noun
(in Canadian folklore) in British Columbia, a hairy beast or manlike monster said to leave huge footprints

Word Origin for sasquatch

from Salish
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