[oh-nahy-duh] /oʊˈnaɪ də/
noun, plural Oneidas (especially collectively) Oneida for 1.
a member of an Iroquois people formerly inhabiting the region east of Oneida Lake.
the Iroquoian language spoken by the Oneida Indians.
a city in central New York.
noun (pl) -das, -da
Lake Oneida, a lake in central New York State: part of the New York State Barge Canal system. Length: about 35 km (22 miles). Greatest width: 9 km (6 miles)
(functioning as pl) the Oneida, a North American Indian people formerly living east of Lake Ontario; one of the Iroquois peoples
a member of this people
the language of this people, belonging to the Iroquoian family
Iroquois tribe of upper N.Y. state, who later moved in part to Wisconsin, 1666, named for its principal settlement, from Oneida onenyote’, literally “erected stone,” containing -neny- “stone” and -ot- “to stand.”
noun 1. a society of religious perfectionists established by John Humphrey Noyes, in 1848 at Oneida, N.Y., on the theory that sin can be eliminated through social reform: dissolved and reorganized in 1881 as a joint-stock company.
noun 1. a lake in central New York. 20 miles (32 km) long; 5 miles (8 km) wide.
[oh-nahy-rik] /oʊˈnaɪ rɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to dreams. /əʊˈnaɪərɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to dreams adj. 1859, from Greek oneiros “a dream” (see oneiro-) + -ic. oneiric o·nei·ric (ō-nī’rĭk) adj.
oneirism o·nei·rism (ō-nī’rĭz’əm) n. An abnormal state of consciousness in which dreamlike, often disturbing illusions are experienced while awake.