[pon-tee-ak] /ˈpɒn tiˌæk/
c1720–69, North American Indian, chief of the Ottawa tribe: commander during the Pontiac War 1763–64.
a city in SE Michigan.
a town in central Illinois.
died 1769, chief of the Ottawa Indians, who led a rebellion against the British (1763–66)
Ottawa tribal leader (c.1720-1769), his name is given in native (Algonquian) form as bwandiag. The city in Michigan, U.S., settled in 1818, was named for him as he is said to be buried nearby. The automobile brand was begun in 1926, discontinued 2010.
[pon-shuh n, -shee-uh n] /ˈpɒn ʃən, -ʃi ən/ noun 1. pope a.d. 230–235.
[pon-tee-ah-nahk] /ˌpɒn tiˈɑ nɑk/ noun 1. (def 2). [pon-tee-ah-nahk] /ˌpɒn tiˈɑ nɑk/ noun 1. a seaport on W Kalimantan (Borneo), in central Indonesia. /ˌpɒntɪˈɑːnæk/ noun 1. (in Malay folklore) a female vampire; the ghost of a woman who has died in childbirth /ˌpɒntɪˈɑːnæk/ noun 1. a port in Indonesia, on W coast of Borneo almost […]
[pon-tik] /ˈpɒn tɪk/ noun, Dentistry. 1. an artificial tooth in a bridge. [pon-tik] /ˈpɒn tɪk/ adjective 1. pertaining to the Pontus Euxinus or to Pontus. /ˈpɒntɪk/ adjective 1. denoting or relating to the Black Sea adj. 1550s; see Pontus + -ic. pontic pon·tic (pŏn’tĭk) n. An artificial tooth on a fixed partial denture.
plural noun 1. a mountain range in N Turkey, running parallel to the Black Sea coast for about 700 miles (1125 km): highest peak, 12,917 feet (3937 meters).