noun, plural Ca·yu·gas, (especially collectively) Ca·yu·ga.
Origin of Cayuga
Examples from the Web for cayuga
Villages around Cayuga and other lakes were burned by detachments.The Scouts of the Valley|Joseph A. Altsheler
Take heed, you Mohawks, and you Cayuga war-chiefs and sachems, that you do no violence to this council-fire!The Maid-At-Arms|Robert W. Chambers
To and fro strode the Cayuga, heavy head bent; to and fro, pacing the circle like a stupefied panther.The Reckoning|Robert W. Chambers
At 8-½ miles crossed the outlet of Cayuga, which in breadth was about 70 perches, and more than middle deep to the men.
It was just day-light when they arrived in the vicinity of Cayuga, on the lake of the same name.Alida|Amelia Stratton Comfield