noun, plural Me·nom·i·nees, (especially collectively) Me·nom·i·nee for 1.
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Contemporary Examples of menominee
Coping with pain is not new to Stupak or Laurie, a former mayor of their hometown of Menominee.The Pain of Bart Stupak
March 27, 2010
Historical Examples of menominee
"My brother has spoken a great tradition," said the Menominee.Oak Openings
James Fenimore Cooper
When she came home she told us they were Menominee Indians come to fish for a time.A Child of the Sea; and Life Among the Mormons
Elizabeth Whitney Williams
Marquette, Menominee, and a few smaller places along the coast were lumbering near at home; but they shipped entirely by water.The Blazed Trail
Stewart Edward White
Father Marquette went out of his way to see these friendly Indians, whose name Menominee means simply wild rice.Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 8
Charles H. Sylvester
The water-power of the Menominee River is largely utilized for the manufacture of paper and flour.
also Menomini, Algonquian people of Wisconsin, from Ojibwa (Algonquian) Manoominii, literally "wild rice people," from manoomin "wild rice." Not their name for themselves.