Definitions for kinnikinnickˌkɪn ɪ kəˈnɪk

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

kin•ni•kin•nickˌkɪn ɪ kəˈnɪk(n.)

or kin•ni•kin•nic

  1. a mixture of bark, dried leaves, and sometimes tobacco, formerly smoked by Indians and pioneers in the Ohio valley.

  2. any of various plants used in this mixture.

    Category: Plants

Origin of kinnikinnick:

1790–1800; < Delaware (Unami) kələk·əní·k·an

Wiktionary

  1. kinnikinnick(Noun)

    A mixture of dried leaves, bark, and sometimes tobacco, smoked by some Native Americans

Freebase

  1. Kinnikinnick

    Kinnikinnick is an unincorporated community in Ross County, Ohio, United States. Kinnikinnick is located at the junction of Ohio State Route 159 and Ohio State Route 180 16.6 miles north-northeast of Chillicothe.

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