from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A Native American people formerly inhabiting much of northern Florida, extinct since the early 18th century.
- n. A member of this people.
- n. The extinct language of the Timucua.
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- proper n. An extinct language isolate formerly spoken in Florida.
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• Hop back on the trolley for a short ride to The Fountain of Youth Archeological Park at the site of a former Timucua Indian village.
- In St. Augustine on September 8, 1565, the Spanish and the native Timucua celebrated what could arguably be called the first feast of Thanksgiving.
The Timucua were stiffening, grips tightening on their weapons.
In passable Timucua, Cafakke added, Be welcome, warriors of Uzachile.
He said to turn your Timucua loose and trust to the world around you, but you already have the answer.
I could hear the soft murmur of Timucua as the Orphans talked softly among themselves.
“Just wait until we get under the covers tonight, wife,” I promised in Timucua as I placed her “chair” before the fire.
As a Timucua iniha, Blood Thorn had been trained on the lance, and he was an athletic sort anyway.
The lilting sound of flute music rose as the Timucua followed.
The Timucua, a man from far down south, he told the Uzachile to tell me.