[ sˈaɡɐmˌɔː], [ sˈaɡɐmˌɔː], [ s_ˈa_ɡ_ɐ_m_ˌɔː]
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How to use "Sagamore" in context?
Grammatically, the word "sagamore" is derived from the Algonquian word sagamoune, which meant "chieftain, chief." Sagamore was first used by the French in the early 17th century to refer to the Algonquian-speaking rulers of major tribes in the upper reaches of the St. Lawrence River. These tribes included the Montagnais, the Abenaki, the Pequots, and the Mohegans.
Homophones for Sagamore:
- schmear, shiner, sinner, seigniory, senhor, signory, senor, shimmer, sun-ray, schmeer, sneerer, Schnorrer, sumer, sayonara, seigneur, sunray, shnorrer, signora, seymour, scanner, seminary, signor, scammer, scenery, somewhere, skinner, swimwear, simmer, schooner, seasoner, snarer, sonora, seigneury, sonar, snare, signore, summery, skimmer, Samian Ware, sumner, samara, sooner, shammer, sycamore, shmear, summer haw, Samaria, snore, seminar, samurai, shnorr, scunner, summer, schnorr, senior, swimmer, scenario, signior, seignior, sneer, signer, summary, snorer, saimiri, schemer, somrai, shimmery, smear, senora.
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