|Who were the Timucua?|
|Who were the Timucua?
The major chiefdoms included : Uzachili, Yustaga, northern Utina, Arapaha, Oconi, Yufera, Icafui, Mocama, Ibi, Tacatacura, Caravay, Saturiwa, Alicamani, Omoloa, Casti, Malica, Seloy, Agua Dulce, Utina, Potano, Molona, Patica, Enecape, Chilili, Coya, Calaney, Edelano, Acuera, and Ocale.
Others that possibly were tied to the Timucua include: Mayaca, Hororo, Ais, Vicela, Luca, Tocobaga, Pohoy, Alafia, Mocoso and Uzita. They shared a language unique in North America. It was not Muskogean in origin, as was most every other language group in the southeast. At least 9 regional dialects of the Timucuan language were known to exist.