Abnaki /abˈnaki / Abenaki /abəˈnaki/

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I. noun

1. a member of an American Indian people of Maine and southern Quebec.
2. [ mass noun] either or both of the two extinct Algonquian languages ( Eastern Abnaki and Western Abnaki) of the Abnaki.
II. adjective

relating to the Abnaki or their language.
– origin from French Abénaqui, from Montagnais ouabanăkionek ‘people of the eastern land’.

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