Mohican

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Etymology[edit]

From their self-designation in Mahican, meaning "people of the estuary."

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Mohican

  1. An indigenous people of New England; the Mahicans.
    The Mohican are an Algonquian-speaking people.
  2. (erroneous) The Mohegan people.

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Mohican (plural Mohicans)

  1. A member of this tribe; a Mahican.
  2. (erroneous) A Mohegan.
  3. (UK) A hairstyle where both sides are shaved, with the hair in the centre kept long and made to stand on end: a Mohawk.

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