mackinac

  • 1 Mackinac — [mak′ə nô΄] [see MACKINAW] 1. small island in the Straits of Mackinac: 6 sq mi (15.5 sq km): formerly a center of trade with the Indians of the Northwest 2. Straits of channel connecting Lake Huron & Lake Michigan, separating the upper & lower… …

    English World dictionary

  • 2 Mackinac — (Mackinaw, Michilimackinac), Hauptort der Grafschaft Michilimackinac des Staates Michigan, auf der gleichnamigen Insel des Huron Sees; geräumiger Hafen, Fort, Fischerei, Handel; 1500 Ew …

    Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • 3 Mackinac — Mackinaw or related spellings is the name of several different places and things, mostly related to the area where Lake Michigan meets Lake Huron. Mackinac is a derivation of a Menomini or Ojibwe word Michilimackinac and is pronounced IPA|… …

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  • 4 Mackinac — англ. Mackinac Находка или падение найден мар …

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  • 5 Mackinac — or formerly Michilimackinac geographical name island N Michigan in Straits of Mackinac …

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  • 6 Mackinac — /mak euh naw /, n. 1. Straits of, a strait between the peninsulas of Upper Michigan and Lower Michigan, connecting lakes Huron and Michigan. 2. Also, Mackinac Island. an island in Lake Huron at the entrance of this strait. 517; 3 mi. (5 km) long …

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  • 7 Mackinac —  Island and Straits of Mackinac, in Lake Huron, but Mackinaw City, Michigan. The type of woolen coat is called a mackinaw, but Mackinaw blanket and Mackinaw boat are both capitalized. For all spellings, the pronunciation is mack in aw …

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  • 8 Mackinac — Sp Mãkinakas Ap Mackinac L JAV apyg. (Mičigano v ja) …

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  • 9 Mackinac — /mak euh naw /, n. 1. Straits of, a strait between the peninsulas of Upper Michigan and Lower Michigan, connecting lakes Huron and Michigan. 2. Also, Mackinac Island. an island in Lake Huron at the entrance of this strait. 517; 3 mi. (5 km) long …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 10 Mackinac — Canadian Slang pronounced Mackinaw and sometimes spelled that way. A plaid Melton jacket, typically red or green, at one time a hallmark of the Canadian workingman. Later popular in artists and fans of the grunge movement …

    English dialects glossary

  • 11 Mackinac — Mack•i•nac [[t]ˈmæk əˌnɔ[/t]] n. 1) geg Straits of, a strait between Upper and Lower Michigan, connecting Lakes Huron and Michigan 2) geg an island at the entrance of this strait. 3 mi. (5 km) long …

    From formal English to slang

  • 12 Mackinac — /ˈmækɪnɔ/ (say makinaw) noun 1. Strait of, a strait joining Lakes Michigan and Huron. Least width, 6 km. 2. an island in Lake Huron at the entrance of this strait; summer resort. 5 km long …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 13 Mackinac Falls — is a drowned 100 foot (30 m) high waterfall formation under the waters of Lake Huron. The formation, which lies approximately 1 mile (1.5 km) east of Arch Rock on Mackinac Island, was the former outflow point for water flowing eastward from… …

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  • 14 Mackinac Island (Míchigan) — Mackinac Island Ciudad de los Estados Unidos …

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  • 15 Mackinac Island Public School — is the public school district serving Mackinac Island, Michigan. The school district is coterminous with the city and with the island. It is governed by a school board of 5 elected members. One school building, on Lake Shore Drive, is sufficient… …

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  • 16 Mackinac College — was a private liberal arts college which opened on Mackinac Island, Michigan in the fall of 1966 and closed several years later. The campus was later turned into a hotel, Mission Point Resort. The college had troubles relating in part to its… …

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  • 17 Mackinac National Park — was a U.S. National Park that existed from 1875 to 1895 on Mackinac Island in northern Michigan. It was the second national park in the United States, created three years after Yellowstone National Park in the Rocky Mountains. The 1,044 acre… …

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  • 18 Mackinac Trail — was the old highway to Mackinaw City. In the Lower Peninsula, it is named Mackinaw Trail. Other road names have been applied to several segments of this highway.Here is a list of major highways applied to or supplanted Mackinac Trail: *I 75 *US 2 …

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  • 19 Mackinac Island — Mackinac Island, MI U.S. city in Michigan Population (2000): 523 Housing Units (2000): 565 Land area (2000): 4.365457 sq. miles (11.306482 sq. km) Water area (2000): 1.216806 sq. miles (3.151514 sq. km) Total area (2000): 5.582263 sq. miles… …

    StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • 20 Mackinac Island, MI — U.S. city in Michigan Population (2000): 523 Housing Units (2000): 565 Land area (2000): 4.365457 sq. miles (11.306482 sq. km) Water area (2000): 1.216806 sq. miles (3.151514 sq. km) Total area (2000): 5.582263 sq. miles (14.457996 sq. km) FIPS… …

    StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

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