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A knife used for woodworking, chiefly by the Cree peoples of northern Canada, characteristically having a short blade that curves upwards at the end. Now more commonly called crooked knife.
Early 18th century; earliest use found in The Beaver. From Cree môhkota:kan crooked knife, drawknife.
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