Frontenac definition

frŏntə-năk, frôɴt-näk
(person) (born Louis de Buade) 1620-98; Fr. colonial governor in North America (1672-82; 1689-98)
proper name
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French colonial administrator who governed New France (1672–1682 and 1689–1698) and held Quebec against the British in King William's War (1690).
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