A state of the north-central United States. It was admitted as the 30th state in 1848. Settled by the French in the 1600s, the region was ceded to Great Britain in 1763 and became part of the Northwest Territory in 1787. Madison is the capital and Milwaukee is the largest city.
Midwestern state of the NC U.S.: admitted 1848: 54,310 sq mi (140,663 sq km); cap. Madison.
River in Wis., flowing into the Mississippi: 430 mi (692 km)
Origin of wisconsin
< Fr Ouisconsing, name of the river < an Algonquian language, prob. Ojibwa: meaning unknown
Webster's New World College Dictionary, 5th Edition
Wisconsin Sentence Examples
by Wisconsin, while Illinois and Indiana touch its S.
WATERTOWN, a city of Dodge and Jefferson counties, Wisconsin, U.S.A., on both banks of the Rock river, about 45 m.
by Lake Superior and by Wisconsin, from which it is separated for the greater part of the distance by the Mississippi and St Croix rivers.
See Esperandieu, Inscriptions de Lectoure (1892), pp. 94 ff.; Zippel, Festschrift zum Doctorjubilaeum, Ludwig Friedlander, 1895, p. 489 f.; Showerman, The Great Mother of the Gods, Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin, No.
high; the sarcophagus, in the centre of the building, is of red Wisconsin porphyry.