Entry from British & World English dictionary
(In Canada) a thick sweater decorated with symbols or animals from the mythology of Indians of the northern Pacific coast.
- She made me untold numbers of Fisherman's knit sweaters, and Siwash sweaters, far too many to ever wear.
- Every person in her extended family eventually acquired a Siwash sweater or two from wool she had spun herself.
- Eileen asked if I had ever knit a Siwash sweater.
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