noun, plural Senecas (especially collectively) Seneca for 1.
a member of the largest tribe of the Iroquois Confederacy of North American Indians, formerly inhabiting western New York and being conspicuous in the wars south and west of Lake Erie.
an Iroquoian language of the Seneca, Onondaga, and Cayuga tribes.
(pl) -cas, -ca. a member of a North American Indian people formerly living south of Lake Ontario; one of the Iroquois peoples
the language of this people, belonging to the Iroquoian family
Lucius Annaeus (əˈniːəs), called the Younger. ?4 bc–65 ad, Roman philosopher, statesman, and dramatist; tutor and adviser to Nero. He was implicated in a plot to murder Nero and committed suicide. His works include Stoical essays on ethical subjects and tragedies that had a considerable influence on Elizabethan drama
his father, Marcus (ˈmɑːkəs) or Lucius Annaeus, called the Elder or the Rhetorician. ?55 bc–?39 ad, Roman writer on oratory and history
noun 1. See under snakeroot (def 1). noun 1. any of various plants whose roots have been regarded as a remedy for snakebites, as the herb Aristolochia serpentaria (Virginia snakeroot) having a medicinal rhizome and rootlets, and the white-flowered Polygala senega (Seneca snakeroot) having a medicinal root. 2. the root or rhizome of such a […]
noun (pl) -cios 1. any plant of the genus Senecio, including groundsels, ragworts, and cineraria: family Asteraceae (composites)
noun 1. the last stage of life; old age.
noun 1. the dried root of a milkwort, Polygala senega, of the eastern U.S., used as an expectorant and diuretic. 2. the plant itself. noun 1. a milkwort plant, Polygala senega, of the eastern US, with small white flowers 2. the root of this plant, used as an expectorant senega sen·e·ga (sěn’ĭ-gə) n. The dried […]