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Iroquois in English
group of American Indian peoples which originally inhabited the Hudson River Valley of the United States (includes the Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Seneca, and Onondaga tribes); member of one of the Iroquois tribes

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Iroquois in Chinese (s)
易洛魁印第安人; 易洛魁语

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Iroquois in Chinese (t)
易洛魁印第安人; 易洛魁語

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Iroquois in Arabic
الاوريكيون, مجموعة من الهنود الحمر الذين يعيشون أصلا في وادي نهر هودسون في الولايات المتحدة (بما في ذلك قبائل كايوجا, موهاوك, اونايدا, سينيكا, وواونوداجا) أحد أفراد قبائل الاوركيون

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Iroquois in Spanish
iroqués (miembro de un grupo de tribus indias que viven en los E.E.U.U. y el Canadá)

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Iroquois in Dutch
Iroquois (behorende bij de Indianenstam Iroquois in Verenigde Staten en Canada)

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Iroquois in Portuguese
Iroquois, membro de tribo indígena nos EUA e no Canadá

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Iroquois in Turkish
Iroquois, ilk olarak Amerika Birleşik Devletleri'nin Hudson Nehri Vadisi'nde yaşamış olan Kızılderili grubu (Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Seneca ve Onondaga kabilelerini dahil eder); Iroquois kabilelerinden birinin üyesi

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Iroquois in Italian
(Etnol) irochese

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Iroquois in French
iroquois, groupe des peuples indiens d'Amérique du Nord qui à l'origine étaient concentrés dans la vallée du Saint Laurent (Mohawks) ainsi que la vallée de la Rivière Hudson (Etats-Unis); membre de ces tribus

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Iroquois in German
Irokese, Angehörige der Gruppe sprachverwandter Indianerstämme in Nordamerika

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Iroquois in Japanese
イロクォイ族, 米国のハドソン川渓谷に住むアメリカインディアン(カユーガ族とモホーク族とオナイダ族とセネカ族とオノンダガ族を含む); イロクォイ族の人

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Iroquois in Hebrew
אירקווי, עם אינדיאני אמריקאי; בן קבוצת שבטים אינדיאניים בארה"ב וקנדה

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Iroquois in English
iroquois
\ir`o*quois"\ (?), n. sing. & pl. [f.] (ethnol.) a powerful and warlike confederacy of indian tribes, formerly inhabiting central new york and constituting most of the five nations. also, any indian of the iroquois tribes.


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The Iroquois ( or ), also known as the Haudenosaunee , the Five Nations and Five Nations of the Iroquois (Six Nations after 1722), and (to themselves) the Ganonsyoni, are a historically powerful important Native American people who formed the Iroquois Confederacy, a league of five (later six) distinct nations. French, Dutch and British colonists in both Canada and the Thirteen Colonies wanted to curry favor with the Iroquois; for nearly 200 years considerations of the Iroquois were a powerful factor in North American colonial policy-making decisions. All sides wooed them, each settlement feared them, politically they were unique, a large Native American polity which, until during the American Revolution, could not be divided. At the time of European encounter and colonization, the original Iroquois League, based in present-day New York, was also known as the Five Nations, as it was composed of the Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, and Seneca nations. The Five Nations are believed to have emerged as distinct tribes by the 15th century or earlier. Each had a distinct territory and function within the League. Iroquois influence extended into Canada, westward into the Great Lakes and down both sides of the Allegheny mountains into Virginia and Kentucky. To reduce conflict, they came together in an association known today as the Iroquois League, which in their language was known as the League of Peace and Power. The League is embodied in the Grand Council, an assembly of fifty hereditary sachems.

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State: SOUTH DAKOTA
City: IROQUOIS

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Noun
1. any member of the warlike North American Indian peoples formerly living in New York state; the Iroquois League were allies of the British during the American Revolution
(hypernym) Indian, North American Indian, American Indian, Red Indian
(hyponym) Cayuga
2. a family of North American Indian languages spoken by the Iroquois peoples
(synonym) Iroquoian, Iroquoian language
(hypernym) Amerind, Amerindian language, American-Indian language, American Indian, Indian
(hyponym) Cherokee


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(n. sing. & pl.)
A powerful and warlike confederacy of Indian tribes, formerly inhabiting Central New York and constituting most of the Five Nations. Also, any Indian of the Iroquois tribes.
  

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Iroquois in Russian
(n) ирокезка; ирокезы (0) ирокез

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Iroquois in Portuguese
iroquês
Livros de IK

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Iroquois in Turkish
"HELİKOPTER CİNSİ":Kargo/personel nakliyesi ve taarruz helikopteri desteği olarak kullanılan hafif tek motorlu helikopter, Bazı tiplerinde makineli tüfek ve hafif havadan karaya roketler vardır. UH-1 denir.

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Iroquois in Romanian
I. (indian) irochez
II. irochez

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(indian) irochez; irochez

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Iroquois in Bulgarian
['ir@kwЈiz] n ирокези.

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['irъkwoiz] n ирокези.

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Iroquois in Croatian
Irokez , Irokezi

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