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Wash•oe

or Wash•o

(wosh′ō, wô′shō)

n., pl. Wash•oes or Wash•os, (esp. collectively) Wash•oe or Wash•o.
1. a member of an American Indian people orig. centered in an area N, W, and SW of Lake Tahoe in California and Nevada.
2. the language of the Washoe.
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