bidarka

noun
bi·dar·ka | \bī-ˈdär-kə\
variants: or less commonly baidarka \bī-ˈdär-kə \ or bidarkee \bī-ˈdär-kē \
plural -s

Definition of bidarka 

: a portable boat made of skins stretched over wood frames and widely used by Alaskan coastal natives and Aleuts

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History and Etymology for bidarka

Russian baidarka, diminutive of baidara

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