eqpahak

noun locative (verb ii participle 23)
at head of tide on river or inlet; (cap., Ma) in, at, to old village just upriver from Fredericton, New Brunswick (spelled variously in colonial records, e.g., Aukpaque); (cap., Pa) in, at, to old village of Spring Hill, Maine
Plural : eqpahakil at heads of tide
Locative : eqpahak
Notes : (literally, where the tide stops coming in)
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