noun, plural Yah·gans, (especially collectively) Yah·gan for 1.
Examples from the Web for yahgan
Very little is known of the Ona language, save that it is as harsh as the Yahgan is liquid.
Even when the Yahgan was angry and wished to drive away an offensive person he used a polite sentence.
No Yahgan man could stand against it, though numbers could temporarily overpower it.
Had the early explorers imitated instead of despised the Yahgan, they would have had fewer tales of suffering to tell.
Among the Yahgan of Tierra del Fuego fishing is left entirely to the women, and this is not at all unusual.The Position of Woman in Primitive Society|C. Gasquoine Hartley