Definition of Bidarkee

1. n. A portable boat made of skins stretched on a frame.



Definition of Bidarkee

1. bidarka [n -S] - See also: bidarka

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bidarkee

bid
bid'a
bid adieu
bid fair
bid one's time
bid price
bid prices
bid size
bid sizes
bidactyly
bidaily
bidale
bidales
bidarka
bidarkas
bidarkee (current term)
bidarkees
biddabilities
biddability
biddable
biddably
bidded
bidden
bidder
bidders
biddest
biddeth
biddi-biddi
biddies
bidding

Literary usage of Bidarkee

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1. A Dictionary of Military Terms by Edward Samuel Farrow (1918)
"An ancient name given to the militia of Valenciennes. bidarkee.—A skin-boat of peculiar construction, very light and portable ..."

2. A Military Dictionary and Gazetteer: Comprising Ancient and Modern Military by Thomas Wilhelm (1881)
"bidarkee. A skin boat used by the Aleuts. Bidassoa. A river of the Pyrenees, which forms one of the boundaries of France and Spain, the passage of which is ..."

3. House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d by United States Congress. House (1876)
"... to supply the natives with •' bidarkee '' or canoe skins, I found these worms in a lively condition in every paunch cut open, and their presence, ..."

4. History of North American Pinnipeds: A Monograph of the Walruses, Sea-lions by Joel Asaph Allen (1880)
"... to supply the natives with 'bidarkee' or canoe skins, I found these worms in a lively condition in every paunch cut open, and their presence, I think, ..."

5. Miscellaneous Publications by Ferdinand Vandeveer Hayden (1880)
"... to supply the natives with 'bidarkee' or canoe skins, I found these worms in a lively condition in every paunch cut open, and their presence, I think, ..."

6. Miscellaneous Publications by Ferdinand Vandeveer Hayden (1880)
"... to supply the natives with 'bidarkee' or canoe skins, I found these worms in a lively condition in every paunch cut open, and their presence, I think, ..."

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