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The most common name for the confederacy, Iroquois, is of somewhat obscure origin.
The first time it appears in writing is in the account of Samuel de Champlain of his journey to Tadoussac in 1603, where it occurs as "Irocois". Hewitt responded to Hale's etymology in 1888 by expressing doubt that either of those words even exist in the respective languages.
Day in 1968, who elaborates upon an earlier etymology given by Charles Arnaud in 1880.
Arnaud had claimed that the word came from Montagnais irnokué, meaning "terrible man", via the reduced form irokue.