O'odham

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O'odham (plural O'odhams or O'odham)

  1. A person of Tohono O'odham (formerly Papago), Akimel O'odham (formerly Pima), or other O'odham ancestry.

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O'odham

  1. The indigenous Uto-Aztecan language of the O'Odham.

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O'odham[edit]

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O'odham (O'odham)

  1. An O'odham person

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O'odham (plural O'odham)

  1. an individual, a person
    1. Tohono O'odham - People of the Desert
    2. Akimel O'odham - People of the River

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O'odham (plural O'odham)

  1. of the O'odham people