Delaware

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English[edit]

Map of US highlighting Delaware

Etymology[edit]

Derived from the name of Thomas West, 3rd Baron De La Warr.

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Delaware

  1. An indigenous Native American people.
  2. The Algonquian languages of these people.
  3. A river that arises in the Catskill mountains.
  4. A state of the United States of America

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Noun[edit]

Delaware (plural Delawares)

  1. A member of the Delaware people.
  2. An American variety of grape, with compact bunches of small, sweet, amber-colored berries.

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Polish[edit]

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Delaware m

  1. Delaware (state)

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Delaware f

  1. Delaware (river)

Spanish[edit]

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Delaware m

  1. Delaware

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