Definition of Iroquois
plural Iroquois play \-ˌkwȯi(z), -ˌkwä(z)\
1 plural : an American Indian confederacy originally of New York consisting of the Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, and Seneca and later including the Tuscarora
2 : a member of any of the Iroquois peoples
Origin of iroquois
French, probably of Algonquian origin
First Known Use: 1666
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