Definition of Uncas in English:

Uncas

Syllabification: Un·cas
Pronunciation: /ˈəNGkəs
 
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( C.1588–1683) chief of the Mohegan Indians in what is now eastern Connecticut. He fought on the side of the British colonists in the Pequot War 1637 and King Philip’s War 1675–76.

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