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Michigander

[ mish-i-gan-der ]
/ ˌmɪʃ ɪˈgæn dər /
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noun

a native or inhabitant of Michigan.

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Also called Mich·i·gan·ite [mish-i-guh-nahyt]. /ˈmɪʃ ɪ gəˌnaɪt/.

Origin of Michigander

1825–35, Americanism; blend of Michigan and gander, name first applied to Lewis Cass, governor of the Michigan Territory (1813–31)
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Michigander
/ (ˌmɪʃɪˈɡændə) /

noun

a native or inhabitant of Michigan
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