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Synonyms for Mohican

a member of the Algonquian people formerly living in the Hudson valley and eastward to the Housatonic


Related Words

the Algonquian language spoken by the Mohican

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I warmed to Gudger's invitation to pet Mohican when he got up and moved around us again.
This time it's the turn of the well known story drama and passion in The Last of the Mohicans in a wonderful but rarely shown film from 1920.
Doyle was unable to claim when First Mohican contested a 1m51/2f Listed race at Chester last time and the selection ran another solid race behind Saturday's St Leger hope Muntahaa, finishing three and a quarter lengths behind in fourth.
David Morrissey reminisced with Hill about his long-lost Mohican haircut, heard from those whose careers he has helped to shape, and paid a personal tribute to an unsung hero of the British arts scene.
I've had a Mohican a while and just dyed it blond last week.
A further confusion follows the French practice of calling several Native tribes in New York state and New England, "Loups" or wolves including both the Mohican and Mohegan.
Oil and natural gas Cardinal Energy Group Inc (OTCQB: CEGX) revealed on Monday the execution of a Letter of Intent (LOI) to acquire Mohican Operating LLC's assets for an undisclosed fee.
First Mohican, trained by Lady Cecil, has endured an injury-interrupted career, yet has won four of his five starts and was the only horse to push stablemate Frankel on the gallops as two-year-olds.
That's not to say First Mohican doesn't have blue blood coursing through him and the son of Tobougg was a Derby entry for Warren Place at one stage.
First Mohican was a winner on desperate ground at Yarmouth on his sole juvenile start in October 2010 but problems forced him to miss the whole of his three-year-old campaign.
ZOE CHAMBERLAIN talks to the Birmingham hairdresser who created THAT infamous Mohican before the 2002 World Cup.
In To Live Upon Hope, Wheeler makes expert use of missionary records in providing a coherent account and a convincing analysis of Native agency in the context of eighteenth-century Mohican interactions with Christianity.
The first of these two villages, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, was carved out of Mohican land by English magistrates, missionaries, and ministers who wanted to solve multiple problems at once, including securing the alliances of important Housatonic River Indians (and eventually the Iroquois) and paying off--in Wheeler's estimation--some vague sort of obligation they had before God to the unevangelized Indians of western Massachusetts.
plural Mo*he*gan or Mo*he*gans or Mohican or Mo*hi*cans
Matt Elias' barmy barnet is set to replace the Baulch braids and Beckham mohican as the latest sportsman's hair craze.