Oneida may refer to:
Native American/First Nations
- Oneida people, a Native American/First Nations people and one of the five founding nations of the Iroquois Confederacy
- Oneida language
- Oneida Indian Nation, based in New York
- Oneida Nation of the Thames, also known as "Onyota'a:ka First Nation"
- Oneida Nation of Wisconsin
- Oneida 41, Ontario, also known as the "Oneida Settlement"
- Oneida Township, Ontario, a historic township of Haldimand County
In the United States:
- Oneida, former name of Martell, California
- Oneida, Illinois
- Oneida, Kansas
- Oneida, Kentucky
- Oneida, New York
- Oneida County, New York
- Oneida, Ohio
- Oneida, Pennsylvania
- Oneida Falls, one of 24 named waterfalls in Ricketts Glen State Park in Pennsylvania
- Oneida, Tennessee
- Oneida (town), Wisconsin in Outagamie County
- Oneida, Wisconsin, unincorporated community in both Outagamie and Brown Counties
- Oneida Castle, New York, a village
- Oneida Corners, New York, hamlet of the town of Queensbury in Warren County
- Oneida, a former name of Amarillo, Texas
- Oneida Creek, in central New York State
- Oneida Lake, in central New York State
- Oneida River, in central New York State
- Oneida Football Club, historical Boston football club (founded in 1862)
- Oneida FC, a Cambridge, Massachusetts rugby league club
- Oneida Carry, a portage for native and colonial Americans in Central New York
- Oneida Limited, the international tableware company
- Oneida Community, a religious intentional community in Oneida, New York
- Oneida (band), a five-piece rock band from Brooklyn, New York
- Oneida (moth), a genus of moths
- USS Oneida, any of five ships in the U.S. Navy
- Two civilian steam yachts owned by Elias Cornelius Benedict, each associated with unique historical incidents:
- Oneida (1883), originally launched in 1883 as the Utowana, acquired and renamed by Benedict in 1887 and later renamed again as the Adelante before being acquired by the U.S. Navy in 1918; notable as the site of a secret operation in July 1893 on President Grover Cleveland for the removal of a cancerous growth from his mouth.
- Oneida (1897), originally launched in 1897 as the Alcedo before being renamed and acquired by Benedict as a larger replacement for the previous ship of that name owned by him, considered for acquisition by the U.S. Navy during World War I but never taken, and later acquired by William Randolph Hearst (with whom it became involved with the mysterious death of film producer Thomas H. Ince).
- Whitestown Seminary, a Presbyterian educational institution based in Whitestown, New York, and founded in 1827, previously known as Oneida Academy and Oneida Institute
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