Muscogee (plural Muscogees)

  1. A member of an indigenous people of the southeastern United States, also called Creek, many of whom were relocated to Oklahoma in the 1830s.
Proper noun
  1. The Muskogean language spoken by the Muscogee.
  2. A ghost town in Florida.

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