Definition of Montana in English:

Montana

Line breaks: Mon|tana
Pronunciation: /mɒnˈtanə
 
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A state in the western US, on the Canadian border to the east of the Rocky Mountains; population 967,440 (est. 2008); capital, Helena. Acquired from France as part of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, it became the 41st state of the US in 1889.

Derivatives

Montanan

adjective & noun
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  • Meanwhile New Yorkers and Californians get the least homeland security funding per capita, Montanans the most.
  • I don't think I've got any great solutions for the rest of the world, but I think I understand Montanans.
  • Good news for you Montanans looking forward to planting backyard coconut palms.

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