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Seneca

noun Sen·e·ca \ˈse-ni-kə\
plural Seneca or Senecas

Definition of SENECA

1
:  a member of an American Indian people of what is now western New York
2
:  the Iroquoian language of the Seneca people

Origin of SENECA

Dutch Sennecaas, plural, the Iroquois living west of the Mohawks
First Known Use: circa 1616

Seneca

biographical name Sen·e·ca \ˈse-ni-kə\

Definition of SENECA

Lucius Annaeus 4 b.c. ?–a.d. 65 Rom. statesman, dram., & philos.
Sen·e·can \-kən\ adjective

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