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Canada vs Tecumseh - What's the difference?

canada | tecumseh |

As a noun canada

is a blow with a cane.

As a proper noun tecumseh is

(male).

canada

English

(wikipedia Canada)

Proper noun

(s)
  • A country in North America; official name: Canada .
  • (historical) Lower Canada (also Canada East) or Upper Canada (Canada West), often “the Canadas.”
  • Synonyms

    * America's Hat (humorous) * Canuckistan (humorous or derogatory) * Dominion of Canada (historical) * Great White North (informal) * neighbor to the north (qualifier) * People's Republic of Canada (humorous or derogatory) * Soviet Canuckistan (humorous or derogatory)

    Derived terms

    * Atlantic Canada * blame Canada * Canada balsam * * Canada Day * Canada Dry * = bunchberry Cornus canadensis * Canada East = Lower Canada * Canada Games * Canada goose, Branta canadensis * Canada jay = grey jay * * * * Canada Pension Plan * and its fruit * * Erethizon dorsatum * * Canadarm * * Canada Savings Bond * Canada thistle, * Canada violet, * Canada West = Upper Canada * * Canadian * Canadiana * Canadianism * Canadianize * Canadianist * Canadien * Canadienne * Canajun * Central Canada = Central provinces * French Canada * Lower Canada * O Canada * Upper Canada

    References

    * * Jacques Cartier (1545), Relation originale de Jacques Cartier] , Paris: Tross [1863, p 48.

    See also

    * * * ----

    tecumseh

    English

    Proper noun

    (en proper noun)
  • (male)
  • * 1995 (Pat Conroy), Beach Music , Bantam Books (1996), ISBN 0553574574, page 271:
  • Elizabeth first met a presentable young lieutenant stationed at Fort Moultrie by the name of William Tecumseh' Sherman. - - - My poor brother Tee, who grew up mortified by his given name, ' Tecumseh , was christened in honor of the soldier, not the great chieftain.
  • A city in Michigan
  • A city in Nebraska
  • A city in Oklahoma
  • A town in Ontario, Canada
  • Derived terms

    * Mount Tecumseh