Origin of windigo
Examples from the Web for windigo
He did not intend that the Windigo should creep on their camp without his knowing it.
They might overtake him, and if they did, a Windigo could expect no mercy from them.
Windigo is the Indian name for a man who has eaten human flesh and has learned to like it.
The Windigo at once consented: we got into his canoe, and he ferried us over.The Great Lone Land|W. F. Butler
Rather starve on the Whale, they said, than in the haunted valleys where the voices of the Windigo filled the nights with fear.The Whelps of the Wolf|George Marsh