, pl. -·dots· or -·dot·
- a member of a North American Indian group formed in the 17th cent. from Huron-speaking peoples of W Ontario: living first in Michigan, Ohio, and Ontario, and now living in Oklahoma
- the Iroquoian language of this people
Origin of Wyandot; from Wyandot wédat
nounpl. Wyandot or Wy·an·dots also Wyandotte or Wy·an·dottes
- A member of a Native American people formed of groups displaced by the destruction of the Huron confederacy in the mid-1600s, formerly located in Ohio and the upper Midwest and now living primarily in northeast Oklahoma.
- The Iroquoian language of the Wyandot.
Origin of WyandotWyandot wãdát, ethnic self-designation.