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.

    Mickey Goodman: Family Fun - 48-Hours in St. Augustine, Florida

  • - In St. Augustine on September 8, 1565, the Spanish and the native Timucua celebrated what could arguably be called the first feast of Thanksgiving.

    Charles Garcia: How The Anglos Stole Thanksgiving

  • The Timucua were stiffening, grips tightening on their weapons.

    Fire The Sky

  • In passable Timucua, Cafakke added, Be welcome, warriors of Uzachile.

    Fire The Sky

  • He said to turn your Timucua loose and trust to the world around you, but you already have the answer.

    Fire The Sky

  • I could hear the soft murmur of Timucua as the Orphans talked softly among themselves.

    Fire The Sky

  • “Just wait until we get under the covers tonight, wife,” I promised in Timucua as I placed her “chair” before the fire.

    Fire The Sky

  • As a Timucua iniha, Blood Thorn had been trained on the lance, and he was an athletic sort anyway.

    Fire The Sky

  • The lilting sound of flute music rose as the Timucua followed.

    Fire The Sky

  • The Timucua, a man from far down south, he told the Uzachile to tell me.

    Fire The Sky


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