Sauk

Sauk

[sawk]
noun, plural Sauks (especially collectively) Sauk.
1.
a member of a North American Indian people formerly of Wisconsin and Iowa, now living mostly in Oklahoma.
2.
the dialect of the Fox language spoken by the Sauk.
Also, Sac.
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Sauk
midwestern U.S. Indian tribe, 1722, from Fr. Canadian Saki, from Ojibwa ozaagii (cf. Sauk asakiwa "person of the outlet").
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