How did Illinois get its name?

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The state of Illinois gets its name from the French. The missionaries and explorers translated the Iliniwek name in to Illinois. Illinois is the 25th state of the United States.
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The state name of Illinois is the modern spelling for the early French explorers' name for the Illinois people. The name "Illinois" has traditionally been said to mean "man" or "men" in the Miami-Illinois language.
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