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Transcending cultural differences and customs is just a small step to achieve that.The proper English pronunciation is Wendat, but the modified form of Wyandot has prevailed. cum particula reiterationis significat unitatem unius rei".As for the etymology of the word, it may be said to derive from one of two roots, either ahouénda , meaning an extent or stretch of land that lies apart, or is in some way isolated, and particularly an island; or aouenda , a voice, command, language, idiom, promise, or the text of a discourse. But the verb at , when it enters into this composition, does so with a modified meaning, or, as Potier puts it, " At . The first example given is Skat, with the meaning of "one only thing" (Rad.These Wyandots were for the most part descendants of the Petun Indians, the nearest neighbours of the Huron proper, who spoke a dialect but slightly different from that of the latter. Their Name Father Pierre Potier, whose works, still in manuscript, are appealed to as the weightiest authority in Huron linguistics, at the end of his "Elementa Grammaticæ Huronicæ" (1745) gives a list of the names of thirty-two North American tribes with their Huron equivalents, and in this list the term Ouendat stands for Huron .It is the correct appellation, and was used as such by the Huron themselves.
On the other hand the probability of Ouendat deriving from ahouênda , an island or land by itself, seems equally strong.