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Lenape (plural Lenapes or Lenape)

  1. A group of Native American people who were living in what is now New Jersey and along the Delaware River in Pennsylvania, the coast of Delaware, and the lower Hudson Valley and New York Harbor in New York, at the time of the arrival of the Europeans in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
    • 2020, N. K. Jemisin, The City We Became, Orbit, page 299:
      Endless generations of Lenape stretching down the lines of the past—changed, though not destroyed, by colonialism.

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Lenape

  1. The languages (Munsee, Unami) spoken by all of this group; Delaware
  2. The language spoken in the southern range of this group in coastal Delaware, southern New Jersey, and eastern Pennsylvania; Unami.

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