noun \ˈsk\
plural Sauk or Sauks or Sac or Sacs

Definition of SAUK

:  a member of an American Indian people formerly living in what is now Wisconsin

Variants of SAUK

Sauk or Sac \ˈsak, ˈsk\

Origin of SAUK

short for Saukie, Saki, from American French saki, from Ojibwa osa·ki·, or a cognate Algonquian word
First Known Use: 1722

Rhymes with SAUK


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