Abenaki Penobscot dictionary
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Freelang Abenaki Penobscot-English dictionary

Abenaki-Penobscot is an Eastern Algonquian language (like Micmac and Maliseet), which was spoken in eastern Maine, USA. This Native American language is now extinct.



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Word list information

This dictionary was made by Guy T. Gambill and Charlie Lippert, based on Joseph Laurent's 1874 Dictionary and Grammar of the Abenaki Language.
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List status: © Guy T. Gambill / Charlie Lippert

Abenaki Penobscot > English: 2,524 words
English > Abenaki Penobscot: 2,202 words

Last update: March 21, 2014
First upload: March 4, 2004



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