Definition of Oumas
1. ouma [n] - See also: ouma
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Oumas
oumas (current term)
Literary usage of Oumas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1917)
"St. Denis' map of 1713, before the founding of this city, shows the oumas village at or near this present site. ' The first roadway in Louisiana, ..."
2. Historical Collections of Louisiana and Florida, Including Translations of by B F French (1869)
"We reached there in three days from the oumas, and were received with every possible manifestation of friendship and pleasure. Both the young and old made ..."
3. The Louisiana Historical Quarterly by Henry Plauché Dart, 1858- ed, John Dymond, d. 1922 ed, Louisiana Historical Society (1922)
""The oumas and Bayou Goulas reported that the Natchez killed Mr. de Montigny and one of his men who went to their village. This news gave me much grief to ..."
4. The Mythology of All Races by John Arnott MacCulloch, Louis Herbert Gray, George Foot Moore, Alice Werner (1916)
""The oumas and some peoples of Virginia and of Florida also have temples and almost ... I have heard say, moreover, that the oumas, since the arrival of the ..."
5. Early Western Travels, 1748-1846: A Series of Annotated Reprints of Some of by Reuben Gold Thwaites (1905)
"These, as well as the oumas of the  Mississippi, who still lived on the present site of the great plantation of General Wade Hampton, in the time of ..."
6. Narrative and Critical History of America by Justin Winsor (1887)
"The Indians drew rude maps of the river and the country, showing that when Tonty left them he had gone up to the oumas, and that going and coming he had ..."