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EtymologyEdit

From Penobscot Pawanobskewi.

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Penobscot

  1. A Native American nation or tribe.
  2. An extinct Abenaki (Algonquian) language, spoken in parts of the northeastern United States and in Quebec, related to Western Abenaki.
  3. A town in Hancock County, Maine, USA.

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Penobscot (plural Penobscots)

  1. One of a sovereign people indigenous to what is now Maritime Canada and the northeastern United States, particularly Maine.

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