Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A woman belonging to a clan.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In ethnology, an adult female member of a clan.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun a female member of a clan.

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  • noun a female member of a clan.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a member of a clan

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Examples

  • During winter in San Cristobol, if bare-footed, you're going to get very, very cold feet. that particular observation and again the day several years later, I embraced an indigenous beach vendor "amiga" for several years, from Guerrero (a head clanswoman for her people, somewhat displaced to another part of Mexico) in front of our other dearly beloved Mexican friends (indigent to Jalisco)

    Lepers Without Leprosy

  • During winter in San Cristobol, if bare-footed, you're going to get very, very cold feet. that particular observation and again the day several years later, I embraced an indigenous beach vendor "amiga" for several years, from Guerrero (a head clanswoman for her people, somewhat displaced to another part of Mexico) in front of our other dearly beloved Mexican friends (indigent to Jalisco)

    Lepers Without Leprosy

  • During winter in San Cristobol, if bare-footed, you're going to get very, very cold feet. that particular observation and again the day several years later, I embraced an indigenous beach vendor "amiga" for several years, from Guerrero (a head clanswoman for her people, somewhat displaced to another part of Mexico) in front of our other dearly beloved Mexican friends (indigent to Jalisco)

    Lepers Without Leprosy

  • During winter in San Cristobol, if bare-footed, you're going to get very, very cold feet. that particular observation and again the day several years later, I embraced an indigenous beach vendor "amiga" for several years, from Guerrero (a head clanswoman for her people, somewhat displaced to another part of Mexico) in front of our other dearly beloved Mexican friends (indigent to Jalisco)

    Lepers Without Leprosy

  • During winter in San Cristobol, if bare-footed, you're going to get very, very cold feet. that particular observation and again the day several years later, I embraced an indigenous beach vendor "amiga" for several years, from Guerrero (a head clanswoman for her people, somewhat displaced to another part of Mexico) in front of our other dearly beloved Mexican friends (indigent to Jalisco)

    Lepers Without Leprosy

  • During winter in San Cristobol, if bare-footed, you're going to get very, very cold feet. that particular observation and again the day several years later, I embraced an indigenous beach vendor "amiga" for several years, from Guerrero (a head clanswoman for her people, somewhat displaced to another part of Mexico) in front of our other dearly beloved Mexican friends (indigent to Jalisco)

    Lepers Without Leprosy

  • During winter in San Cristobol, if bare-footed, you're going to get very, very cold feet. that particular observation and again the day several years later, I embraced an indigenous beach vendor "amiga" for several years, from Guerrero (a head clanswoman for her people, somewhat displaced to another part of Mexico) in front of our other dearly beloved Mexican friends (indigent to Jalisco)

    Lepers Without Leprosy

  • During winter in San Cristobol, if bare-footed, you're going to get very, very cold feet. that particular observation and again the day several years later, I embraced an indigenous beach vendor "amiga" for several years, from Guerrero (a head clanswoman for her people, somewhat displaced to another part of Mexico) in front of our other dearly beloved Mexican friends (indigent to Jalisco)

    Lepers Without Leprosy

  • During winter in San Cristobol, if bare-footed, you're going to get very, very cold feet. that particular observation and again the day several years later, I embraced an indigenous beach vendor "amiga" for several years, from Guerrero (a head clanswoman for her people, somewhat displaced to another part of Mexico) in front of our other dearly beloved Mexican friends (indigent to Jalisco)

    Lepers Without Leprosy

  • 'We are seeking Lark,' Gaelen told the clanswoman.

    The Hawk Eternal

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