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Meaning of Catawba

Ca•taw•ba

Pronunciation: (ku-tô'bu), [key]
— n.
  1. a Siouan language of North and South Carolina.
  2. a river flowing from W North Carolina into South Carolina, where it becomes the Wateree River. Cf. Wateree.
    1. a reddish variety of grape.
    2. the vine bearing this fruit, grown in the eastern U.S.
  3. a light, dry, white wine made from this grape.
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