from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A Native American people originally of the Green Bay area of Wisconsin, with various groups later inhabiting parts of southern Michigan and northern Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. Present-day populations are in northern Indiana and northeast Oklahoma.
- n. A member of this people.
- n. The variety of Illinois spoken by the Miami.
- A city of southeast Florida on Biscayne Bay south of Fort Lauderdale. Settled in the 1870s near the site of a fort built in 1836, it expanded greatly during the land boom of the 1920s and again after World War II. Today it is an important resort and cruise center for the Caribbean. Population: 404,000.
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- proper n. A city in Florida, USA
- proper n. A town in the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
- proper n. An indigenous North American people of Algonquian stock.
- proper n. The Algonquian language of that tribe.
- n. A member of the North American tribe.
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- n. a city and resort in southeastern Florida on Biscayne Bay; the best known city in Florida; a haven for retirees and a refuge for Cubans fleeing Castro
- n. a member of the extinct Algonquian people formerly living in northern Indiana and southern Michigan
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