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Cayuga

Cayuga  - Definition:(plural Ca·yu·ga or Ca·yu·gas)  noun   member of Iroquois people: a member of an Iroquois people who once lived along Cayuga Lake, and who now live mainly in western New York, Wisconsin, Ontario, and Oklahoma.  The Cayuga were one of the five peoples who formed the Iroquois Confederacy, later known as the Six Nations.    [Mid-18th century. < Iroquoian,

Cayuga – Definition:

(plural Ca·yu·ga or Ca·yu·gas) noun member of Iroquois people: a member of an Iroquois people who once lived along Cayuga Lake, and who now live mainly in western New York, Wisconsin, Ontario, and Oklahoma. The Cayuga were one of the five peoples who formed the Iroquois Confederacy, later known as the Six Nations. [Mid-18th century. < Iroquoian, "the place where locusts were taken out"] -Ca·yu·ga, adjective

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