Definition of Boone, Daniel in US English:

Boone, Daniel

proper noun

  • (c.1734–1820), American pioneer. He made trips west from North Carolina into the area that is now Kentucky, organizing settlements and successfully defending them from attacks carried out by North American Indians. He later moved further west to what is now Missouri, having been granted land there in 1799.

Pronunciation

Boone, Daniel

/bo͞on/