manitou Council of Wisconsin did however question the merger—all the way to court.
What had happened between that time and this day of fate for Lebanon and manitou?
But let them not boast before the face of the manitou too loud.
manitou has saved Manteo from the crime of killing his best friend.
I thank the manitou, that one is here to fill my place at the council-fire.
The manitou of my fathers so painted it, and their child will not try to wash out the color.
The manitou had need of such a warrior, and He has called him away.
Ka-te-qua was wise, they said, but manitou had sent for her.
This was a noble and virtuous act, one that pleased the manitou.
A few hours later Fleda slowly made her way homeward through the woods on the manitou side of the Sagalac.
also manito, "spirit, deity, supernatural being," 1690s, from a word found throughout the Algonquian languages (cf. Delaware manutoow, Ojibwa manidoo), first in English from Unami Delaware /manet:u/.