[en-di-kuh t, -kot] /ˈɛn dɪ kət, -ˌkɒt/

John, .
a city in S New York, on the Susquehanna River.
[en-di-kuh t, -kot] /ˈɛn dɪ kət, -ˌkɒt/
John, 1588?–1665, colonial governor of Massachusetts 1644–65, born in England.


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