"Choctaw word for people as seen in a U.S. state name" crossword clue

Author: Olivia Langford
Last Updated: 31 Jul 2023

Choctaw word for people as seen in a U.S. state name NYT crossword answer is:

OKLA (4 letters length)

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The answer to the Crossword Clue NYT (July 30 2023) is "OKLA," which is the Choctaw word for people. The Choctaw Nation is a Native American tribe located in the southeastern United States, with the majority of its population living in Oklahoma. The word "okla" is derived from the Choctaw phrase "okla humma," which means "people." The Choctaw language is still spoken today by many members of the tribe, and it is an important part of their culture and heritage.

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