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Blackfoot

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[ blak-foot ]
/ ˈblækˌfʊt /
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noun, plural Black·feet, (especially collectively) Black·foot.
a member of a North American tribe of Indians of Algonquian stock.
the Algonquian language of the Blackfeet.
adjective
of or relating to the Blackfeet.
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Origin of Blackfoot

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First recorded in 1785–95; translation of Blackfoot siksíka

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[ blak-foot ]
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noun
a town in SE Idaho.
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British Dictionary definitions for Blackfoot

Blackfoot
/ (ˈblækˌfʊt) /

noun
plural -feet or -foot a member of a group of Native American peoples formerly living in the northwestern Plains
any of the languages of these peoples, belonging to the Algonquian family

Word Origin for Blackfoot

C19: translation of Blackfoot Siksika
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