noun, plural Ca·yu·gas, (especially collectively) Ca·yu·ga.
Origin of Cayuga
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She was launched at the mouth of Cayuga Creek in the Niagara peninsula in 1679.All Afloat
They formed in a stately line of battle, headed by the "Cayuga."The Naval History of the United States
Willis J. Abbot.
An hour and a quarter had elapsed from the time that the Cayuga passed the obstructions.The Gulf and Inland Waters
A. T. Mahan
The Cayuga chiefs were already on the way to meet in council with the Onondagas.The Road to Frontenac
The spokesman was the redoubtable Cayuga chief, named Saonchiowaga.Montreal 1535-1914 under the French Rgime
William Henry Atherton