noun, plural Shaw·nees, (especially collectively) Shaw·nee.
Origin of Shawnee
Examples from the Web for shawnee
Contemporary Examples of shawnee
The winner of the primary is likely to face Shawnee County district attorney Chad Taylor in November.D-Day for Milton Wolf, Obama’s Tea Party Cousin, in Kansas Senate Primary
August 5, 2014
Historical Examples of shawnee
The Shawnee hesitated, and Ahneota continued: “Has he declared war on the paleface?”Rodney, the Ranger
John V. Lane
Boone liked Chief Blackfish, but he did not really want to be a Shawnee.Daniel Boone
Katharine E. Wilkie
He was a finely formed young man, about nineteen years of age, from the Shawnee tribe residing near the Scioto River.
He's a life member of the Shawnee Club—a life member, mind you!
But it was long after midnight now and the Shawnee Club would be closed.
Word Origin for Shawnee
Algonquian people, probably originally from what is now southern Ohio, 1670s, from Munsee sawanow, from Shawnee /ša:wanwa/, the people's self-designation, literally "person of the south."