Mohican


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Mo·hi·can

 (mō-hē′kən, mə-)
n.
Variant of Mahican.
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Mohican

(ˈməʊɪkən; məʊˈhiːkən) or

Mahican

npl -cans or -can
1. (Peoples) a member of a North American Indian people formerly living along the Hudson river and east of it
2. (Languages) the language of this people, belonging to the Algonquian family

mohican

(məʊˈhiːkən)
n
1. (Hairdressing & Grooming) a punk hairstyle in which the head is shaved at the sides and the remaining strip of hair is worn stiffly erect and sometimes brightly coloured
2. (Hairdressing & Grooming) a person wearing such a hairstyle
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Mo•he•gan

(moʊˈhi gən)

n., pl. -gans, (esp. collectively) -gan.
1. a member of an American Indian people of E Connecticut.
2. the extinct Eastern Algonquian language of the Mohegan.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Mohican - a member of the Algonquian people formerly living in the Hudson valley and eastward to the HousatonicMohican - a member of the Algonquian people formerly living in the Hudson valley and eastward to the Housatonic
Algonquian, Algonquin - a member of any of the North American Indian groups speaking an Algonquian language and originally living in the subarctic regions of eastern Canada; many Algonquian tribes migrated south into the woodlands from the Mississippi River to the Atlantic coast
2.Mohican - the Algonquian language spoken by the MohicanMohican - the Algonquian language spoken by the Mohican
Algonquian language, Algonquin, Algonquian - family of North American Indian languages spoken from Labrador to South Carolina and west to the Great Plains
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Translations

Mohican

[məʊˈhiːkən] N (Mohicans or Mohican (pl))
1. (= Native American) → mohicano/a m/f
2. (= hairstyle) → cresta f mohicana
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Mohican

n
Mohikaner(in) m(f)
mohican (Brit: = haircut) → Irokesenschnitt m

mohican

n (Brit: = haircut) → Irokesenschnitt m
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References in classic literature ?
Thus, the term used in the title of this book has undergone the changes of Mahicanni, Mohicans, and Mohegans; the latter being the word commonly used by the whites.
In these pages, Lenni-Lenape, Lenope, Delawares, Wapanachki, and Mohicans, all mean the same people, or tribes of the same stock.
The Mohicans were the possessors of the country first occupied by the Europeans in this portion of the continent.
The idea of the story had suggested itself to him, we are told, before he had finished its immediate forerunner, "The Last of the Mohicans." He chose entirely new scenes for it, "resolved to cross the Mississippi and wander over the desolate wastes of the remote Western prairies." He had been taking every chance that came of making a personal acquaintance with the Indian chiefs of the western tribes who were to be encountered about this period on their way in the frequent Indian embassies to Washington.
Precaution, 1820; The Spy, 1821; The Pioneers, 1823; The Pilot, 1823; Lionel Lincoln, or the Leaguer of Boston, 1825; The Last of the Mohicans, 1826; The Prairie, 1827; The Red Rover, 1828; Notions of the Americans, 1828; The Wept of Wish-ton-Wish, 1829; The Water-witch,
Captain Nicoll Ludlow (1842-1915), of the American warship Mohican, was one of the officers tasked with preventing MacLean from realizing his plan.
In the case of Chesham Stakes contender Mohican Heights, perhaps so.
Native Ground Blinds' new Mohican is designed to make no noise while in use for maximum stealth and concealment.
Mohican, a rare red timber wolf, jauntily jumped from his cage on Gudger's pickup truck and stood before us, as if on command.
The Last of the Mohicans is centred around two British sisters caught up in a war for colonial control of North America, and find protection under the care of the dwindling Mohican tribe.
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