Definition of Seminole

1. Noun. A member of the Muskhogean people who moved into Florida in the 18th century.

Generic synonyms: Muskhogean, Muskogean



2. Noun. The Muskhogean language of the Seminole.

Definition of Seminole

1. Noun. Any member of a Native American people formed in the eighteenth century, now residing primarily in Florida and Oklahoma. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seminole

Sellers
Sellick's manoeuvre
Sellotape
Sellotapes
Selma
Selwyn
Selznick
Semacode
Semapedia
Semarang
Semelaigne
Semi-Open Game
Semi-Open Games
Semi-Saxon
Semillon
Seminole
Seminole bread
Seminoles
Semisch's section
Semisch's ulcer
Semisulcospina
Semite
Semites
Semitic
Semitic-speaking
Semitic deity
Semitics
Semitism
Semitisms
Semitist

Literary usage of Seminole

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1. Indian Land Laws: Being a Treatise on Indianland Titles in Oklahoma and by Samuel Thomas Bledsoe (1913)
"Preamble to seminole Agreement. 681. Allotment of seminole Lands—Restrictions upon alienation. 682. Leases—Agricultural and mineral. 683. ..."

2. New Probate Law and Practice: With Annotations and Forms for Use in Alaska by William Smithers Church, Curtis Hillyer (1920)
"Where a duly enrolled seminole Indian died in 1901 before receiving his allotment leaving him surviving a widow and two daughters who had been enrolled as ..."

3. New Probate Law and Practice: With Annotations and Forms for Use in Alaska by William Smithers Church, Curtis Hillyer (1920)
"Where a duly enrolled seminole Indian died in 1901 before receiving his allotment leaving him surviving a widow and two daughters who had been enrolled as ..."

4. Life and Times of Andrew Jackson: Soldier--statesman--president by Arthur St. Clair Colyar (1904)
"THE seminole Campaign, in itself, was not one of General Jackson's greatest exploits, but in the fruit it bore it was second only to the victory at New ..."

5. The Lands of the Five Civilized Tribes: A Treatise Upon the Law Applicable by Lawrence Mills (1919)
"An Act to ratify an agreement between the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes and the seminole tribe of Indians. Concluded October 7. ..."

6. Annotated Acts of Congress; Five Civilized Tribes and the Osage Nation: Five by Clarence Lot Thomas, United States (1913)
"That the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes, in making the rolls of seminole citizens, pursuant to the Act of Congress approved June twenty-eight, ..."

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