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Jul 11, 2022

[Answer] Which state's name means "great river" in the Ojibwe language?

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...1. Massachusetts 2. Minnesota 3. Missouri 4. Mississippi




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Mississippi - The root of the word Mississippi begins with “Messipi” — a French interpretation of the Native American Anishinaabe term “Misi-ziibi,” which translates to “great river.” This 2,348-mile river is the second-largest on the North American continent. It starts in northern Minnesota's Lake Itasca and travels through 10 U.S. states before emptying into the Gulf of Mexico in Louisiana. At its widest point, the Mississippi River stretches seven miles. Many of Mark Twain’s stories feature the Mississippi river, helping cement its place in American folklore.:


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