noun, plural Te·tons, (especially collectively) Te·ton for 2.
Definition for teton (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for teton
Once was in the Teton Mountains of Wyoming, when I was in my early twenties.Michael Ybarra’s Death Underscores the Allure and Dangers of Solo Climbing|Scott C. Johnson|July 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
For the Teton subdivisions see our volume xxii, p. 326, note 287.Early Western Travels 1748-1846, Volume XXX|Joel Palmer
Thus prepared at all points, and ready for his desperate undertaking, the Teton gave the signal to proceed.The Prairie|J. Fenimore Cooper
From the north fork of Lewis's river we passed on to an eminence called Teton mountain, where we spent the night.
Word Origin and History for teton
member of a western Sioux people, 1806, from Dakota titonwan, literally "dwellers on the prairie," from thi + huwa. Not related to the Grand Teton mountain range.