Definition of Wyoming in English:

Wyoming

Syllabification: Wy·o·ming
Pronunciation: /wīˈōmiNG
 
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  • 1A state in the western central US; population 532,668 (est. 2008); capital, Cheyenne; statehood, July 10, 1890 (44). Acquired, in part, by the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, it gave the vote to women in 1869, the first state to do so.
  • 2A city in southwestern Michigan, southwest of Grand Rapids; population 70,462 (est. 2008).

Derivatives

Wyomingite

Pronunciation: /-miNGˌīt/
noun
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  • I'd already learned that the most effective tactic when I offended a Wyomingite - an increasingly frequent event in my life - was to take the low road and apologize.
  • Thus, the compact, the Wyomingites feared, could close their head gates while at the same time leaving stored water in the reservoir.
  • He was Willis Van Devanter, the only Wyomingite ever to serve on the nation's highest court.

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