A preparation made from the dried leaves and bark of various plants, often including bearberry and sometimes mixed with tobacco, smoked especially by certain Native American peoples.
A mixture of bark, dried leaves, and often berries and/or tobacco, which is smoked.
Any of the plants whose berries, leaves or bark used in this mixture.
He ate kinnikinnick berries.
Origin of kinnikinnick
- Unami kələkkəníikkan item for mixing in, kinnikinnick
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- Originally spelled with an "l" in the first part (i.e. killikinick, killikinnick). From Unami kÃ«lÃ«kÃ«nikàn (“smoking mixture, killikinick").