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Winnebago

[ win-uh-bey-goh ]
/ ˌwɪn əˈbeɪ goʊ /
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noun, plural Win·ne·ba·gos, (especially collectively) Win·ne·ba·go for 1.

a member of a North American Indian tribe speaking a Siouan language closely related to Assiniboin, Teton, and Mandan, formerly located in Green Bay, Wis., now living in Green Bay and NE Nebraska.
Lake, a lake in E Wisconsin. 30 miles (48 km) long.

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Winnebago
/ (ˌwɪnɪˈbeɪɡəʊ) /

noun

Lake Winnebago a lake in E Wisconsin, fed and drained by the Fox river: the largest lake in the state. Area: 557 sq km (215 sq miles)
plural -gos or -go a member of a North American Indian people living in Wisconsin and Nebraska
the language of this people, belonging to the Siouan family
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