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nounPlural Tohono O'odhams
1A member of a North American people of the desert regions of Arizona and Sonora in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico.Formerly called Papago
2The Uto-Aztecan language of the Tohono O'odham people, a form of Pima.
Relating to the Tohono O'odham or their language.
From Pima-Papago tóhonoʔóʔdham ‘desert people’.
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