[ US /ˌɑnənˈdɔɡə/ ]
  1. a member of the Iroquoian people formerly living between Lake Champlain and the Saint Lawrence River
  2. the Iroquoian language spoken by the Onondaga
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How To Use Onondaga In A Sentence

  • The "Onondaga Giant" is the work of the sculptor, and out of a single large block of the gypseous limestone (an upper member of the "Onondaga Salt Group") which forms large beds in the immediate vicinity. The American Goliah
  • It was he who, with the Onondaga, Tayoga, and the hunter, Willet, whom we call the Great Bear, carried the letters from Corlear at New York to The Masters of the Peaks A Story of the Great North Woods
  • And for those dealers who are honest and aboveboard, which is the vast majority of them, this is not going to be a big problem, "said Onondaga County Sheriff Kevin Walsh. TOP STORIES - YNN, Your News Now
  • He fought the Mohawk and Onondaga with wooden armor and an early firearm called the arquebus A Forgotten Explorateur
  • In short, Champlain fought at Lake Champlain, and probably at the Rivière des Iroquois and the Onondaga Village, with an arquebuse à rouet that was fired by a wheel lock. Champlain's Dream
  • I do have friends who are American Indians representing many tribes - - Anishinabe, Seneca, Cherokee, Cayuga, Diné, Menominee, Ojibwe, Apache, Onondaga, Pima, Pequot.
  • A Seneca sachem of the highest class, he was born at the Indian village of Ga-no-wau-ges, near Avon, about the year 1735, and died at Onondaga in 1815, where he happened to be on one of his pastoral visits. Legends, Traditions, and Laws of the Iroquois, or Six Nations, and History of the Tuscarora Indians
  • The opening address -- a spine chilling 15 minute statement -- was delivered by Chief Oren Lyons from the Onondaga Nation. Conchita Sarnoff: The Nuclear Free Future Award
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