noun, plural Al·gon·kins, (especially collectively) Al·gon·kin.
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In a large number of these villages the Algonkin language was spoken.The Country of the Neutrals
James H. Coyne
It is also most mixed with words from the Cree dialect of the Algonkin.
The Blackfoots have been but recently recognised as Algonkin.
The proper names Accomac, Algonkin, etc., are from the same roots.The Lenp and their Legends
Daniel G. Brinton
Addition of no slight importance have been made to the Algonkin group.Opuscula
Robert Gordon Latham