[ mik-uh-soo-kee ]
/ ˌmɪk əˈsu ki /
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noun, plural Mik·a·su·kis, (especially collectively) Mik·a·su·ki for 1.
a member of an American Indian people, formerly part of the Creek Confederacy and surviving chiefly as one of the two branches of the Muskogean family represented among the Florida Seminoles.
the Muskogean language of the Mikasuki.
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Origin of Mikasuki
< a native town name
Words nearby Mikasuki
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Example sentences from the Web for Mikasuki
About 1810 these people had twenty towns, the chief ones being Mikasuki and Tallahassee.A Social History of The American Negro|Benjamin Brawley