Definition of Tutelo

1. Noun. A member of the Siouan people of Virginia and North Carolina.

Generic synonyms: Siouan, Sioux



2. Noun. The Siouan language spoken by the Tutelo.
Generic synonyms: Siouan, Siouan Language

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tutelo

Turtlemania
Tusayan
Tuscaloosa
Tuscan
Tuscan order
Tuscany
Tuscarora
Tuscaroras
Tuskegee
Tussaud
Tussilago
Tussilago alpina
Tussilago farfara
Tutankhamen
Tutankhamon
Tutelo
Tutsi
Tutte matrices
Tutte matrix
Tutte matrixes
Tuva
Tuvalu
Tuvalu dollar
Tuvaluan
Tuvaluans
Tuvan
Tux
Tuxtla Gutierrez
Tuzla
Tver

Literary usage of Tutelo

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Chinook texts by Franz Boas (1894)
"The few survivors took refuge among the Cayuga and the tutelo tribe ceased to ... In 1870 only one full-blood tutelo remained. This venerable remnant of a ..."

2. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1884)
"The affixed or incorporated pronouns have in the tutelo, as in the Dakota and Hidatsa, ... These forms in the three languages are very similar : tutelo. ..."

3. Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico V. 4/4 by Frederick Webb Hodge (2003)
"tutelo. One of the eastern Siouan tribes, formerly living in Virginia and North ... 2, 1883) first made it known thatthe tutelo language pertained to the ..."

4. The Americana: A Universal Reference Library, Comprising the Arts and ...by Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines by Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines (1912)
"tutelo, too-ta'lo. Strictly the name of a tribe of the former Monacan confederacy of the Siouan stock of North American Indians, who, when first known to ..."

5. The History of North America by Guy Carleton Lee (1903)
"Catawba, Cheraw, Waxhaw, Saponi, tutelo, and others; the Algonquian family, represented by some three or four small tribes about Albemarle and Pamlico ..."

6. Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico V. 3/4 by Frederick Webb Hodge (2003)
"It is evident that the Saponi and tutelo were living at that time in close and apparently confederated relation. In 1671 they were visited by Thomas Batts ..."

7. The Indians of North America in Historic Times by Cyrus Thomas, W. J. McGee (1903)
"Catawba, Cheraw, Waxhaw, Saponi, tutelo, and others; the Algonquian family, represented by some three or four small tribes about Albemarle and Pamlico ..."

8. The Virginias, a Mining, Industrial & Scientific Journal, Devoted to the by Jedediah Hotchkiss (1884)
"In 1832 and again in 1848 the cholera swept most of them away and all that were left deserted their homes and joined the ' Cayugas, and thus the tutelo ..."

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