Wyandot

or Wy·an·dotte

[wahy-uh n-dot]
noun, plural Wy·an·dots, (especially collectively) Wy·an·dot for 1.
  1. an Indian of the former Huron confederacy.
  2. a dialect of the Huron language, especially as used by those elements of the Huron tribe regrouped in Oklahoma.
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Historical Examples of wyandot

  • The girl was a Wyandot from Lake Huron, and had been baptised but a week before.

    Fort Amity

    Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

  • He now sought the Wyandot as eagerly as the Wyandot sought him.

    The Riflemen of the Ohio

    Joseph A. Altsheler

  • Fortune had turned her face toward him and away from the Wyandot.

    The Riflemen of the Ohio

    Joseph A. Altsheler

  • "You learn Wyandot," said the chief in the same pleasant tone.

    The Riflemen of the Ohio

    Joseph A. Altsheler

  • Henry felt that everybody in the Wyandot village was looking at him.

    The Riflemen of the Ohio

    Joseph A. Altsheler