noun, plural Win·ne·ba·gos, (especially collectively) Win·ne·ba·go for 1.
Examples from the Web for winnebago
At the wheel of a Winnebago, dubbed the “Mitt Mobile,” Romney fils visited all 99 counties in Iowa.
Shocked and grieved though it might or might not be, Winnebago still had the fortitude to savour this with relish.
On Winnebago's Fox River were located a number of the largest and most important paper mills in the country.Fanny Herself|Edna Ferber
Sometimes he thought of Winnebago, recalling it remotely, dimly, as one is occasionally conscious of a former unknown existence.