What Is the Definition of Papoose?

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A papoose is an American Indian baby. The child is usually below one year, one who had not begun to walk or talk. A papoose is also a pouch like bag used for carrying a baby and most often worn on the back.
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pa·poose
[pa-poos, puh-]
NOUN
1.
a North American Indian baby or young child.
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A papoose is generally an American-Indian infant. The term is usually used to refer to young North American Indian children. Papooses are a type of bag that is used to carry a child on the back. Papoose is also the name of an American rapper.
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