[ mat-uh-puh-nahy ]
/ ˌmæt ə pəˈnaɪ /
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a river in E Virginia, flowing SE to join the Pamunkey and form the York River. 120 miles (193 km) long.
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In her debut collection of short stories, Mattaponi Queen, she has beautifully captured rural King William County in Virginia.