Seminole

['sɛmɪnəʊl]
noun (plural same or Seminoles)
1》 a member of an American Indian people of the Creek confederacy.
2》 the Muskogean language of the Seminole.
Origin
via Creek from Amer. Sp. cimarrón 'wild'.

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