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Mobilian

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Mobilian (countable and uncountable, plural Mobilians)

  1. (uncountable) An informal Native American trade language used among the tribes of the US Southeast, primarily along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. May have originally been the language of one particular tribe.
  2. (countable) One of the Native American people with Chief Tuscaloosa in Alabama (circa 1540).
  3. (countable) A resident of the city of Mobile, Alabama.[1]

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  1. ^ ADAH: Alabama Moments (Mobile as a Confederate City--Details), (history), State of Alabama webpage AL-US-s15: states "fashionable homes where Mobilians entertained" (topic).

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