from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A very large, hairy, humanlike creature purported to inhabit the Pacific Northwest and Canada. Also called Sasquatch.

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  • n. A very large, hairy, humanoid creature, similar to the yeti, said to live in the wilderness areas of the United States and Canada, especially the Pacific Northwest.
  • v. Alternative spelling of bigfoot.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A book-name of a mound-bird of the genus Megapodius.

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  • n. large hairy humanoid creature said to live in wilderness areas of the United States and Canada


from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

From the size of the footprints believed to belong to it.

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big +‎ foot, relating to the size of its supposed footprints.


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    March 16, 2011

  • "Among foreign correspondents, there is a phrase: parachuting in. That’s when a reporter drops into foreign territory during an emergency, without much preparation, staying only as long as the story remains big. The high profile people who might parachute in are called Bigfoots in the jargon of network news. The problem with being a Bigfoot, of course, is that it’s hard to walk in other people’s shoes."

    - Jay Rosen, Thoughts on the Killing of a Young Correspondent, 1 Nov 2000.

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