loma

noun lo·ma \ ˈlōmə \

Definition of loma

plural -s
chiefly Southwest
: a broad-topped hill

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Origin and Etymology of loma

Spanish, from lomo loin, back of an animal, from Latin lumbus loin


Loma

noun \ " \

Definition of Loma

plural Loma or Lomas
1 a : a people of the border regions of Liberia, Sierra Leone, and the Republic of Guinea
b : a member of such people
2 : a Mande language of the Loma people

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