Algonquian meaning

-kē-ən
A family of North American Indian languages spoken or formerly spoken in an area from Labrador to the Carolinas between the Atlantic coast and the Rocky Mountains.
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A member of a people traditionally speaking an Algonquian language.
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Designating or of a widespread family of over twenty languages spoken by North American Indian peoples, including the Arapaho, Cheyenne, Blackfoot, Ojibwa, Fox, Shawnee, Abenaki, and Delaware.
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This family of languages.
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A member of a people speaking any of these languages.
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Relating to a group of North American languages.
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Origin of algonquian

  • From Algonquin

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Algonquin +‎ -an.

    From Wiktionary