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Algonkin

[al-gong-kin]
noun, plural Al·gon·kins, (especially collectively) Al·gon·kin.
  1. Algonquin.
  2. Algonquian.
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adjective
  1. Algonquian.
  2. Algonquin.
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Examples from the Web for algonkin

Historical Examples

  • 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.

  • Addition of no slight importance have been made to the Algonkin group.

    Opuscula

    Robert Gordon Latham