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Mitche-Hant: See Aglebemu

"Mitche-Hant" is an alternate name for Aglebemu, a mythological monster frog of Wabanaki folklore. While Aglebemu is the Giant Frog's name in the Penobscot, Maliseet and Passamaquoddy languages, Mitche-Hant is a sobriquet meaning "the evil creature."

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