noun, plural Pe·quots, (especially collectively) Pe·quot.
Origin of Pequot
Examples from the Web for pequot
He, therefore, first sailed down to the Pequot (Thames) River, and pretended to land at its mouth.
Jack Rattleton strode along the river bank and out to the end of the Pequot pier.Harvard Stories|Waldron Kintzing Post
"Sassacus took it away, that his brother might do no mischief with it," said the Pequot.The Knight of the Golden Melice|John Turvill Adams
The English knew that at a short distance from them there was another fort filled with Pequot warriors.King Philip|John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott
He then sailed for Pequot Harbor, where a warrior of the army under Sassacus came out in a canoe to demand who the intruders were.