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Hohokam

noun Ho·ho·kam \ˌhō-hō-ˈkäm\
plural Hohokam

Definition of HOHOKAM

:  a member of a prehistoric desert culture of the southwestern United States centering in the Gila Valley of Arizona and characterized especially by irrigated agriculture
Hohokam adjective

Origin of HOHOKAM

O'odham (Uto-Aztecan language of southern Arizona) huhugam, literally, those who have gone
First Known Use: 1884

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