Meaning of Neusiok in English:

Neusiok

Pronunciation /ˈnjuːsɪɒk/

noun

historical
  • A member of a North American Indian people inhabiting eastern North Carolina. Usually in unchanged plural: the Neusiok people collectively.

adjective

historical
  • Of or relating to the Neusiok.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Thomas Hariot (c1560–1621), mathematician and natural philosopher. From Carolina Algonquian Newasiwac, plural, lit. ‘people of Newas-’ (i.e. the Neuse River; 1585).