- Da·niel Grey·so·lon [da-nyel gre-saw-lawn] /daˈnyɛl grɛ sɔˈlɔ̃/, Sieur,1636–1710, French trader and explorer in Canada and Great Lakes region.
- a port in E Minnesota, on Lake Superior.
Examples from the Web for duluth
The rocky northern shore of Lake Superior north of Duluth, Minnesota—it looks like the Maine seacoast.Charles Baxter: How I Write
August 7, 2013
From Denver to Duluth, Buffalo to Billings, The Daily Beast ranks the cities that take the worst winter poundings each year.America's 20 Snowiest Cities
The Daily Beast
December 27, 2010
My husband said "No that his property was in Duluth and it should stay in Duluth."
I had never been in Duluth at that time unless it was for a picnic on Minnesota Point.
I also bought a single mattress and a pair of blankets in Cleveland on my way to Duluth.
I have often wondered what opinion she formed of Duluth in her short stay here.
In the city of Duluth there is a woman's home unlike any other in the State.
- a port in E Minnesota, at the W end of Lake Superior. Pop: 85 734 (2003 est)
Word Origin and History for duluth
city in Minnesota, U.S., named for French pioneer explorer Daniel Greysolen, sieur du Luth (1649-1710), "the Robin Hood of Canada," the leader of the coureurs de bois, who passed through in 1678 on a mission into the wilderness.