from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A Native American people formerly located along Massachusetts Bay from Plymouth north to Salem. Reduced by epidemics, the Massachusett ceased to exist as a people during the 17th century.
- n. A member of this people.
- n. The Algonquian language of the Massachusett.
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- proper n. A Native American tribe who lived in the Massachusetts Bay area in the state of Massachusetts.
- proper n. The extinct Algonquian language of the Massachusett tribe.
At one point the storyline required Jennet to be abducted by Algonquin Indians from her home in Haverhill, Massachusett s.
Sounds like Massachusett Dems are really just groupies.
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Massachusett evidently believes in shady politics and not the law.
The voters in Massachusetts opposed redistribution — from Massachusett to other states.
The word squash originates from the Massachusett Indian word askutasquash, which indicated a vegetable that was eaten raw.
He soon discovered that the Patuxet, as well as a majority of coastal New England tribes mostly Wampanoag and Massachusett, had been decimated the year before by an epidemic plague, possibly smallpox.
As told, she was a school teacher and was born in Massachusett.
Still, he lured two prominent Native American Massachusett military leaders into a house at Wessagussett and killed them
Mark, I don't think Seminole, Cheyenne or Massachusett have speakers anymore.
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