noun, plural Yah·gans, (especially collectively) Yah·gan for 1.
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Historical Examples of yahgan
Some of the land he now holds once belonged to a number of Yahgan families.
But the Yahgan did not delight in open warfare or bloodshed.
These served every need of the Yahgan in the way of cups and basins.
In Fuegia there is at least one radically distinct tongue, the Yahgan, studied by Bridges.Man, Past and Present
Agustus Henry Keane
But there were forms and methods in the marriage negotiations that were dear to the Yahgan heart.