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Pontiac

[ pon-tee-ak ]
/ ˈpɒn tiˌæk /
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noun
c1720–69, North American Indian, chief of the Ottawa tribe: commander during the Pontiac War 1763–64.
a city in SE Michigan.
a town in central Illinois.
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Pontiac
/ (ˈpɒntɪˌæk) /

noun
died 1769, chief of the Ottawa Indians, who led a rebellion against the British (1763–66)
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