- pl. -·i or -·is a member of a North American Indian people that lived in the lower Mississippi Valley
- the Siouan language of this people, no longer spoken
Origin of BiloxiFr, earlier Bilocchy, probably of Muskogean origin, originally
nounpl. Biloxi or Bi·lox·is
- A member of a Native American people formerly inhabiting territory around Biloxi Bay in southeast Mississippi on the Gulf of Mexico.
- The extinct Siouan language of the Biloxi.
Origin of BiloxiAlteration of Biloxi taneks anya, first people.
A city of southeast Mississippi on a peninsula between Biloxi Bay and Mississippi Sound on the Gulf of Mexico. Settled by the French in 1699, Biloxi is a resort with many casinos. In 2005, the city was devastated by Hurricane Katrina.