noun, plural Win·ne·ba·gos, (especially collectively) Win·ne·ba·go for 1.
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Contemporary Examples of winnebago
At the wheel of a Winnebago, dubbed the “Mitt Mobile,” Romney fils visited all 99 counties in Iowa.The New Romney Dynasty
Samuel P. Jacobs
June 29, 2009
Historical Examples of winnebago
The Wolf who is a Winnebago, fell as though the lightning struck him.
And that, too, directly on the heels of the Winnebago's attempt on Terry Clark.
The Winnebago was shrewd enough to disarm any doubt that might have been felt about himself.
Nearer to the Winnebago than they was the third form, which he knew equally well.
He wished that the Winnebago had taken some other time to make his stealthy attack.
"Siouan people of eastern Wisconsin," 1766, from Potawatomi winepyekoha, literally "person of dirty water," in reference to the muddy or fish-clogged waters of the Fox River below Lake Winnebago. As a type of motor vehicle, attested from 1966.