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Long Tom

noun \ˈlŋ-ˈtäm\

Definition of LONG TOM

1
:  a large land gun having a long range
2
:  a trough for washing gold-bearing earth

Origin of LONG TOM

from the name Tom
First Known Use: 1832

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