Main definitions of Wisconsin in US English:

: Wisconsin1Wisconsin2

Wisconsin1

proper noun

  • A state in the northern US, bordering on Lakes Superior (in the northwest) and Michigan (in the east); population 5,627,967 (est. 2008); capital, Madison. Ceded to Britain by the French in 1763 and acquired by the US in 1783 as part of the former Northwest Territory, it became the 30th state of the US in 1848.

Pronunciation

Wisconsin

/wəˈskɑnsən//wəˈskänsən/

Main definitions of Wisconsin in US English:

: Wisconsin1Wisconsin2

Wisconsin2

noun

Geology
  • 1usually as modifier The last (or last two) of the Pleistocene glaciations of North America, approximating to the Weichsel of northern Europe.

    1. 1.1 The system of deposits laid down during the Wisconsin glaciation.

Pronunciation

Wisconsin

/wəˈskɑnsən//wəˈskänsən/