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Folsom

adjective Fol·som \ˈfōl-səm\

Definition of FOLSOM

:  of, relating to, or characteristic of a prehistoric culture of North America on the east side of the Rocky Mountains that is characterized by flint projectile points having a concave base with side projections and a longitudinal groove on each face

Origin of FOLSOM

Folsom, town in New Mexico
First Known Use: 1928

Folsom

geographical name Fol·som \ˈfōl-səm\

Definition of FOLSOM

city California NE of Sacramento pop 72,203

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