Frontenac

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Fron·te·nac

 (frŏn′tə-năk′, frôNt-näk′), Comte de Title of Louis de Buade. 1622-1698.
French colonial administrator who governed New France (1672-1682 and 1689-1698) and held Quebec against the British in King William's War (1690).

Frontenac

(French frɔ̃tnak (e palyo)) or

Frontenac et Palluau

n
(Biography) Comte de (kɔ̃t də). title of Louis de Buade. 1620–98, governor of New France (1672–82; 1689–98)

Fron•te•nac

(ˈfrɒn tnˌæk; Fr. frɔ̃təˈnak)

n.
Louis de Buade de, c1620–98, French governor of Canada 1672–82, 1689–98.
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