Acoma

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Acoma f

  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Scarabaeidae – or in Plecomidae with rain beetles, many species of which are found in North America.

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From Western Keres aa'ku (white rock) + meh (people)

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Acoma

  1. An ancient Native American pueblo in western New Mexico, United States.

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