of bark, dried leaves, and sometimes tobacco, formerly smoked by the Indians and pioneers in the Ohio valley.
any of various plants used in this mixture, especially the common bearberry, Arctostaphylos uva-ursi, of the heath family.
Also, kin·ni·kin·nic, kin·ni·ki·nick, kin·ni·ki·nic, kin·ni·kin·nik, killickinnic.
1790–1800; earlier killikinnick, etc., < Unami Delaware kələk˙əní˙k˙an literally, admixture, derivative of Proto-Algonquian *keleken- mix (it) with something different by hand
is always a great word to know.
So is doohickey. Does it mean: