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Definitions of dene in various dictionaries:
A sandy tract or dune by the seashore.
adj - a depression of the earth's surface [n -LEYS] : VALLEYED
DENE - The Dené people () are an aboriginal group of First Nations who inhabit the northern boreal and Arctic regions of Canada. The Dené speak Northern A...
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Sandy tract, in Britain|
|Western arctic peoples|
|Sandy tract by the sea, to a Brit|
|Bit of sea shore|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Chiefly British A sandy tract or dune by the seashore.|
|a vale, especially the deep, narrow, wooded valley of a small river.|
|A member of a group of North American peoples of the Canadian North-West and Alaska, traditionally speaking Athabaskan languages, and having collective representation in Canadian political life.|
|Any of the Athabaskan languages of the Dene.|
|Relating to the Dene or their languages.|
|A vale, especially the deep, narrow wooded valley of a small river.|
|A bare sandy tract or low sandhill by the sea.|
|Dene might refer to|
|The Dené people () are an aboriginal group of First Nations who inhabit the northern boreal and Arctic regions of Canada. The Dené speak Northern Athabaskan languages. Dené is the common Athabaskan word for "people" (Sapir 1915, p. 558). The term "Dené" has two usages. More commonly, it is used narrowly to refer to the Athabaskan speakers of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut in Canada, especially including the Chipewyan (Denesuline), Tlicho (Dogrib), Yellowknives (T'atsaot'ine), Slavey (Deh Gah Got'ine or Deh Cho), and Sahtu (the Eastern group in Jeff Leer's classification; part of the Northwestern Canada group in Keren Rice's classification). But it is sometimes also used to refer to all Northern Athabaskan speakers, who are spread in a wide range all across Alaska and northern Canada. Note that Dené never includes the Pacific Coast Athabaskan or Southern Athabaskan speakers in the continental U.S., despite the fact that the term is used to denote the Athabaskan languages as a|