noun, plural Nan·ti·cokes, (especially collectively) Nan·ti·coke.
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The Nanticoke vocabulary was secured in 1792 for Mr. Thomas Jefferson.A Record of Study in Aboriginal American Languages|Daniel G. Brinton
He soon returned, and brought with him a variety of things to eat, which he placed on the sward, beside the Nanticoke.
"Take away from my daughter the shape of a Musk-rat, and give her the shape of a Nanticoke," answered the father.
But twenty years ago there was no busier mine than the Dryden from Carbondale to Nanticoke.The Blind Brother|Homer Greene
The lovely maiden heard the words of the Nanticoke, and answered that she knew not well what she should say.