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Hickok

[hik-ok] /ˈhɪk ɒk/
noun
1.
James Butler ("Wild Bill") 1837–76, U.S. frontiersman.
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British Dictionary definitions for Hickok

Hickok

/ˈhɪkɒk/
noun
1.
James Butler, known as Wild Bill Hickok. 1837–76, US frontiersman and marshal
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