noun, plural Pas·sa·ma·quod·dies, (especially collectively) Pas·sa·ma·quod·dy for 1.
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We pass Machias on the way to Passamaquoddy Bay, don't we, father?Elsie's Young Folks in Peace and War
His wife was one of the Neptune family whose home was at Passamaquoddy.
It may be noticed, in passing, that Mr. Simonds writes from Passamaquoddy.
Two English captives escaped at Passamaquoddy, and got into Portsmouth.Curiosities of History
William W. Wheildon
Several Islands lying in Passamaquoddy Bay are within the limits of this county.First History of New Brunswick
Indian tribe of southeast Maine, from Micmac, literally "place where pollack are plentiful," or else, if it originally is a tribal name, "those of the place of many pollack."