[kik-uh-poo] /ˈkɪk əˌpu/

a river in SW Wisconsin, flowing SSW to the Wisconsin River. 130 miles (210 km) long.
[kik-uh-poo] /ˈkɪk əˌpu/
a member of an Algonquian tribe of North American Indians that originally lived in the upper Midwest and now reside in Coahuila, Mexico, and in Kansas and Oklahoma.
the dialect of the Fox language spoken by the Kickapoo.


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