Kwakiutl

NOUN
  1. a Wakashan language spoken by the Kwakiutl
  2. a member of the Wakashan people living around Queen Charlotte Sound and on northern Vancouver Island
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How To Use Kwakiutl In A Sentence

  • Basing his screenplay on a tribal tale, Curtis sought to document the pre-Columbian culture of the Kwakiutl people of the Pacific Northwest.
  • Perhaps the most familiar example of a gift culture is that of the native Americans of the Pacific Northwest such as the Kwakiutl and their famous potlatch ceremonies.
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  • It was told by an anonymous Kwakiutl Indian of southern Alaska to a missionary in 1896, and here it is.
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