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- n. Alternative form of kinnikinnick.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The leaves or bark of several plants (willow, sumac, etc.), smoked either with or without tobacco by the American Indians.
- n. Specifically, the trailing ericaceous plant Arctostaphylos Uva-ursi,or bearberry, common northward in America, as well as in the Old World.
- n. The silky cornel, Cornus sericea, whose bark was used in the manner mentioned in def. 1; doubtless, also, the closely related Cornus stolonifera, or red-osier dogwood. In this sense best known in America.
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