a member of a North American Indian people formerly of Wisconsin and Iowa, now living mostly in Oklahoma.
the dialect of the Fox language spoken by the Sauk.
- Also Sac [sak, sawk] /sæk, sɔk/ .
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How to use Sauk in a sentence
Ahlef said there simply were no other employment opportunities where he lived in the town of Sauk Centre, Minnesota.
Her legs were long, and her buttocks curved out sharply; those of Sauk women were flatter.
Redbird thought, the Sauk were known far and wide as a people who never shirked the demands of honor.
She saw they were Sauk women, some holding babies, some with small children standing beside them.
Five blue-coated long knives rode before the Sauk and another five behind them.
Her cries were drowned out by the shouts of the long knives, ordering the Sauk to get to their feet and start walking again.