Wyandot


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Wy·an·dot

also Wy·an·dotte  (wī′ən-dŏt′)
n. pl. Wyandot or Wy·an·dots also Wyandotte or Wy·an·dottes
1. A member of a Native American people formed of groups displaced by the destruction of the Huron confederacy in the mid-1600s, formerly located in Ohio and the upper Midwest and now living primarily in northeast Oklahoma.
2. The Iroquoian language of the Wyandot.

[Wyandot wãdát, ethnic self-designation.]

Wy•an•dot

(ˈwaɪ ənˌdɒt)

n., pl. -dots, (esp. collectively) -dot.
1. a member of an American Indian tribe formed from dispersed elements of the Hurons and closely related peoples in the mid-17th century.
2. the extinct Iroquoian language of the Wyandots, descended in part from Huron.
References in classic literature ?
"It is a Wyandot," said Magua, stepping nigher to the rude platform on which the other stood; "a friend of Tamenund."
It is a settlement of the Wyandot Indians who inhabit this place.
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Goldy, a Golden Laced Wyandot, is the Enforcer, who keeps the rest of the brood in line.
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BVHS identifies its service area as the 25 mile radius area around Findlay from which approximately 85% of its inpatients originate (includes Hancock County and parts of Allen, Putnam, Wood, Henry, Seneca, Wyandot, and Hardin Counties).
separate art.; Treaty of Fort Harmar, Wyandot Nation et al., supra note
Seeing a job posting for a district technician for Wyandot County's Soil and Water Conservation District, I jumped on the opportunity.
Photo on page 52 courtesy of Wyandot Camp, Dublin, Ohio.
Born as the son of a Wyandot Chief in 1849, Irvin Mudeater was a great and remarkably adaptable frontiersman.