Usage note
The plural of "Seneca" is "Seneca" or "Senecas."
Seneca
noun
1. (person of Seneca origin) 
It was that day that the explorers had their first encounter with a Seneca.Fue aquel día que los exploradores tuvieron su primer encuentro con un seneca.
2. (language) 
a. el seneca (M) 
There is a movement in New York to revive Seneca, a language on the verge of extinction.Hay un movimiento en Nueva York para recuperar el seneca, un idioma en peligro de desaparecer.
adjective
3. (of Seneca origin) 
a. seneca 
There is Seneca blood in my family.Hay sangre seneca en mi familia.
plural noun
4. (people of Seneca origin) 
The Seneca primarily inhabited modern-day New York, but they were found in other pockets of the country as well.Los seneca habitaban principalmente en lo que hoy es Nueva York, pero también se encontraban en otras zonas aisladas del país.
proper noun
5. (philosophy) 
a. Séneca 
At least the philosphy class is less boring now that we're studying Seneca.Por lo menos la clase de filosofía está menos aburrida ahora que estamos estudiando a Séneca.
Seneca [ˈsenɪkə]
noun
Séneca
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