noun, plural Me·nom·i·nis, (especially collectively) Me·nom·i·ni.
noun, plural Me·nom·i·nees, (especially collectively) Me·nom·i·nee for 1.
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According to the Menomini, there is, or was, a Being who 'made the earth.'
All the people of a totem name in the Menomini tribe are akin to persons of the same totem in other tribes, say of the Sioux.
But when the Menomini Indians reached the spot where the dogs barked, they found only skunks.
Therefore the Menomini have always called their thievish neighbors Winnebago.
Among the Menomini Indians, for instance, a woman of good circumstances would own as many as 1200 to 1500 birch-bark vessels.The Position of Woman in Primitive Society
C. Gasquoine Hartley
also Menomini, Algonquian people of Wisconsin, from Ojibwa (Algonquian) Manoominii, literally "wild rice people," from manoomin "wild rice." Not their name for themselves.