noun, plural Wy·an·dottes for 2, 3; (especially collectively for 3) Wy·an·dotte.
Definition for wyandotte (2 of 2)
noun, plural Wy·an·dots, (especially collectively) Wy·an·dot for 1.
Examples from the Web for wyandotte
The next day Dever the stage driver told us O'mie was going up to Wyandotte on business.The Price of the Prairie|Margaret Hill McCarter
Foremost rode Henry Chatillon, our guide and hunter, a fine athletic figure, mounted on a hardy gray Wyandotte pony.The Oregon Trail|Francis Parkman, Jr.
The long rifle he carried had a fancifully carved stock, once the pride of a veteran Wyandotte chief.Rodney, the Ranger|John V. Lane
I knew a man—he was a good man, 'ome born—who was signal quartermaster in the Wyandotte.The Wrecker|Robert Louis Stevenson and Lloyd Osbourne
They are of a reddish-brown color, about the weight of the Wyandotte, with yellow legs.A Guide for the Study of Animals|Worrallo Whitney
British Dictionary definitions for wyandotte
Word Origin for Wyandotte
Word Origin and History for wyandotte
North American Indian people, 1884, from Wyandot, from French Ouendat, from Huron Wendat.