historical examples

the abnaki indian called his dog (atié) by a name which the chippewa gives his horse (oti-un; n’di, my horse).
the composition of indian geographical names j. hammond trumbull

the abnaki name of the wild potato or ground-nut was pen, pl.
the composition of indian geographical names j. hammond trumbull

remained with the abnaki one year and then removed to district of tadoussac, where he spent three years among the montagnais.
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(pl) -ki, -kis. a member of a north american indian people formerly living in maine and quebec
the language of this people, belonging to the algonquian family

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