designating or of a North American Indian language family of the SE U.S., consisting of four main branches, including Choctaw-Chickasaw and Creek-Seminole
also sp. Mus·kho′gean
Origin of Muskogeanvariant, variety of Muskhogean, coined (1891) from Muskogee by J. W. Powell (1834-1902), United States ethnologist and geologist
A family of Native American languages of the southeast United States that includes Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, and Alabama.