- Montagnais, Algonkins and Hurons engaged in exchange involving goods, people, and ideas with both kinds of French.
- Soon, Montagnais, Algonquins, Hurons, and French, and how many more, would form a single people.
- His book reported that by 1640 two trade networks competed, one made up of the Algonquin, Huron, and French, and the other consisting of the Oneidas, Dutch, and English.
- Algonquin is a musical language that has complicated verbs with many parts.
- In the east, Algonquin is the principal means of communication, and spoken by the majority of all ages. In the west, most adults speak Algonquin.
- The Algonquin/Algonkin are a nation living in southern Quebec and Ontario. They speak Algonquin/Algonkin.
- And that's in Cree, which comes from the Algonquin language.
- According to Algonquin legend, Tremblant would receive a violent shaking from the god Manitou if man ever disturbed its natural setting.
- Illiniwek was the name of the loose confederation of Algonquin tribes that once lived in the area.
French, perhaps a contraction of obsolete Algoumequin, from a Micmac word meaning 'at the place of spearing fish and eels'.
Palabras que riman con AlgonquinTonkin
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División en sílabas: Al·gon·quin
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