Difference between Algonquin and Algonquian
What is the difference between Algonquin and Algonquian?
Algonquin as a noun is a member of an aboriginal north american people closely related to the odawa and ojibwe, and living mainly in quebec. while Algonquian as an adjective is relating to a group of north american languages.
Part of speech: noun
Definition: A member of an aboriginal North American people closely related to the Odawa and Ojibwe, and living mainly in Quebec.
Part of speech: proper noun
Definition: The language spoken by the Algonquins, a transitional language between Ojibwe and Abenaki.
Part of speech: adjective
Definition: Relating to a group of North American languages.
We hope you now know whether to use Algonquin or Algonquian in your sentence.