Definition of Wyotana in English:

Wyotana

Syllabification: Wy·o·tan·a
Pronunciation: /ˌwīōˈtanə
 
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noun

informal
A region consisting largely of mountain wilderness lying partly in southern Montana and partly in northern Wyoming.
More example sentences
  • Now you have the rough parameters of Wyotana, a 103,300-square-mile enclave of sweeping vistas and storied beauty.
  • With Yellowstone National Park as its anchor, Wyotana stretches with eminent-domain-like authority over the forested and mountainous regions of northwest Wyoming and central and western Montana.

Origin

blend of Wyoming and Montana.

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