noun 1. De Witt /də ˈwɪt/ [duh wit] Show IPA , 1769–1828,
U.S. political leader and statesman: governor of New York 1817–21, 1825–28 (son of James Clinton).
2. George, 1739–1812,
governor of New York 1777–95, 1801–04: vice
president of the U.S. 1805–12.
Sir Henry, 1738?–95, commander in chief of the British forces in the American Revolutionary War.
Hillary (Rodham) born 1947, U.S. politician: senator from New York 2001–2009; Secretary of State since 2009 (wife of William J. Clinton).
James, 1733–1812, American general in the Revolutionary War (brother of George Clinton).
William J(efferson) ( "Bill" ) born 1946, 42nd president of the U.S. 1993–2001.
a city in E Iowa, on the Mississippi River.
a city in central Maryland.
a town in W Mississippi.
a city in central Massachusetts.
a town in S Connecticut.