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Seneca

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishSenecaSen‧e‧ca1 /ˈsenəkə/  (about 4 BC-65 AD) a Roman philosopher, politician, and writer of plays. He was the teacher of Nero, the emperor, and had a lot of influence over him. But later, Nero believed Seneca was involved in a plan to kill him, and ordered him to kill himself.SenecaSeneca2  1 [P] a Native American tribe who live on reservations (=areas of land that are kept separate for Native Americans to live on) in western New York State and eastern Ohio2 [countable] a member of the Seneca tribe3 [uncountable] a Native American language spoken by the Seneca tribe
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