One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1Of, relating to, or designating a North American Indian people formerly inhabiting the area on the banks of the Nottoway River in southern Virginia.
2Of or designating the Northern Iroquoian language formerly spoken by the Nottoway people.
The Northern Iroquoian language formerly spoken by the Nottoway people.
Mid 17th century. From Virginia Algonquian, ultimately from Proto-Algonquian *na·towe·wa Northern Iroquoian (apparently related to *-a·towe·- to speak a foreign language); compare Miami–Illinois naatowia Huron, Wyandot, (later) Iroquois, Ojibwa na·towe· Wyandot, Iroquois, Menominee na:tawɛw Iroquois, Cree na:towe:w Iroquois.
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