noun, plural Len·a·pes, (especially collectively) Len·a·pe.
Origin of Lenape
Examples from the Web for lenape
They resented all action of the Lenape on their own account.The Frontiersmen|Charles Egbert Craddock
The Lenape lived at peace with all except the wild prairie tribes.Legends of The Kaw|Carrie de Voe
No State in the Union furnished so many men for our armies from the same ratio of population as did the Lenape nation.Jersey City and its Historic Sites|Harriet Phillips Eaton
The former warrior needed now no paints, unless to attract the eye of a maiden; the Mengwe needed not to fear the Lenape women.
Their treachery having at length been discovered, the Lenape marched with a powerful force into their country to destroy them.
Word Origin and History for lenape
1728, native name for Delaware Indians, said to mean "original people."