noun, plural On·on·da·gas, (especially collectively) On·on·da·ga for 1.
Origin of Onondaga
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Historical Examples of onondaga
"When the Five Nations possessed the country, the buffaloes came to us," said the Onondaga.
"There are spirits in all things," said the Onondaga gravely.
The Onondaga let his pipe go out while he explained the winter habits of moose.
The Iroquois capital, Onondaga, was filled with wild rumors.A Half Century of Conflict - Volume I
The prisoners were allowed some freedom in the Onondaga village.The Road to Frontenac
Word Origin for Onondaga
tribe in the Iroquois Confederacy, 1684, named for its principal settlement, from Onondaga onontake, literally "on the hill."