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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