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In the Creek Indian Language

Alabama means "tribal town".

Seminole means "run-away".

Sasakwa means "goose".

Eto means "tree".

Opelwv means "swamp".

Chattahoochee means "picture rocks".

Chattanooga means "rock coming to a point".

Opelika means "big swamp".

Chickamauga means "dwelling place of the Chief".

Tuskegee means "warrior".

Winnipeg means "muddy waters". 

Wetumpka means "rumbling waters".

Weleetka means "running water".

Cherokee, comes from the Creek word "Chelokee" 
means "People of a different speech".

 

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