noun, plural Wy·an·dots, (especially collectively) Wy·an·dot for 1.
Examples from the Web for wyandot
A Wyandot and a Mohawk were passing, and they had eyes of hawks.
In the presence of the great Wyandot chief the feeling of hate and revenge that had held his heart vanished.
Jo proceeded to investigate as carefully as he could the mischief done by the Wyandot who paid so dearly for it.
The Wyandot would have resorted to any treachery to slay Deerfoot, and he was aware that Deerfoot knew it.
The Wyandot perhaps was a fatalist and he resigned himself to the end.The Riflemen of the Ohio|Joseph A. Altsheler