or wick·y·up, wik·i·up
- (in Nevada, Arizona, etc.) an American Indian hut made of brushwood or covered with mats.
- Western U.S. any rude hut.
Origin of wickiup
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Historical Examples of wickiup
Meet him at the Wickiup Sunday morning; he has full authority.Whispering Smith
Frank H. Spearman
What, in the face of continual and unrelenting changes, could have saved the Wickiup?
Late in the afternoon the Pittsburg train drew up at the Wickiup.
Gertrude, I must go to the Wickiup at once to get further news.
She found that the open area before the wickiup was crowded, and she could not get close.Shaman
wikiup or wickyup
- US and Canadian a crude shelter made of brushwood, mats, or grass and having an oval frame, esp of a kind used by nomadic Indians now in Oklahoma and neighbouring states of the US