Definition of Hickok, James Butler in English:

Hickok, James Butler

Syllabification: Hick·ok, James Butler
Pronunciation: /ˈhikäk
 
/
( 1837–76), US frontiersman and marshal; known as Wild Bill Hickok. The legend of his invincibility became something of a challenge to gunmen, and he was eventually murdered at Deadwood, South Dakota.

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Pronunciation: ˈapəzit
adjective
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