noun O'o·dham \ˈō-ə-ˌdäm\
plural O'odhams or O'odham

Definition of O'ODHAM

a :  tohono o'odham
b :  a member of either the Pima or Tohono O'odham peoples
:  the Uto-Aztecan language spoken by the Pimas and Tohono O'odhams

Origin of O'ODHAM

O'odham ʔóʔdham people
First Known Use: 1985


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