When Lewis and Clark were in Oregon, they asked the natives "What is the name of this river?"

The natives responded "Multnomah" which in their language means "You mean that river over there?"

The Multnomah River was named the Willamette River after the expedition.
Person: Im going to go jet skiing on the river.

19th century native american: Multnomah?
by Estehbahn September 05, 2006
A University in the north eastern side of Portland, OR.
Man: Where do you got to school?
Other Man: Multnomah
Man: Oh, the bible school?
Other Man: Yeah.
by knockaround March 29, 2008

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