calumet definition

  • noun:
    • A long-stemmed sacred or ceremonial tobacco-pipe employed by particular local American peoples.
    • A clay tobacco-pipe used by United states Indians, specifically as symbolic of truce or serenity.
    • A kind of pipe, used by the North American Indians for smoking cigarette. The dish is normally made of soft red stone, plus the tube is a lengthy reed usually ornamented with feathers.
    • A kind of tobacco-pipe employed by the Indians of united states.
    • an extremely embellished ceremonial pipe of Amerindians; smoked on ceremonial events (especially as a token of comfort)
    • A long-stemmed sacred or ceremonial tobacco-pipe used by particular Native US peoples.
    • A clay tobacco-pipe used by American Indians, specifically as symbolic of truce or peace.
    • A kind of pipeline, employed by the us Indians for smoking cigarette. The dish is generally made from smooth purple stone, together with tube is a lengthy reed often ornamented with feathers.
    • a type of tobacco-pipe used by the Indians of the united states.
    • a highly decorated ceremonial pipe of Amerindians; smoked on ceremonial events (especially as a token of peace)

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