Noun. From Iroquoian.
“The innermost desires of someones’ soul and its angelic nature”
A very spiritual word that some cultures may find hard to translate or even become accustomed to, based upon belief systems.
According to the Iroquoian tribes (from North America’s native tribes), following your ondinnonk can be said to lead to good things; a little bit, I guess, like the system of karma that many people speak of so frequently. A definition of the word dating back to the 17th century also claims that these desires are found and expressed to the individual via a dream.