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- n. Alternative form of suppawn.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Boiled Indian meal; hasty pudding; mush.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A dish consisting of Indian meal boiled in water, usually eaten with milk: often called mush.
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Native American languages: netop, sagamore, supawn
In our own time such words as papoose, sachem, tepee, wigwam and wampum have begun to drop out of everyday use; 11 at an earlier period the language sloughed off ocelot, manitee, calumet, supawn, samp and quahaug, or began to degrade them to the estate of provincialisms.
From them we have hominy, pone, supawn, and succotash.
From them we have _hominy_, _pone_, _supawn_, and _succotash_.
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