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Oleoneh

Oleoneh (pronounced similar to wool-ee-woh-nee) means "thank you" in the Abenaki-Penobscot language. It is spelled woliwoni in the modern Abenaki orthography (spelling system.)

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Here are links to our webpages about the Abenaki tribe and language:

 Abenaki language words
 Abenaki language pronunciation
 Aln˘bak
 Abnaki Indians for kids
 Abenaki legends
 Abenaki words
 Woodland culture Indians
 Pronounce Algonquian

Here are a few good books about the Abenaki language and tribe:
 The Language of Basket Making
 Abenaki-English Dictionary
 Voice of the Dawn



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