- 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.
Examples from the Web for sauk
Ahlef said there simply were no other employment opportunities where he lived in the town of Sauk Centre, Minnesota.Walmart’s Black Thanksgiving Woes
Daniel Gross, Nico Hines
November 29, 2013
I went by team, leaving Sauk Center with the mercury at forty below zero.
On our way to the fort, Sauk Center was the last place at which we found any settlers.
We turned ours over to the officer in charge of Sauk Center post.
At the lake they found an old blind Sauk who had been left behind.Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 7
Charles H. Sylvester
You must carry my words back to my children, the Sauk and Fox.Shaman
Word Origin and History for sauk
midwestern U.S. Indian tribe, 1722, alternative writing of Sac.
southern Coastal Salishan group of Native Americans, from a native Lushootseed name, probably folk-etymologized by influence of Sauk (1).