[ huh-hoh-kuhm ]
/ həˈhoʊ kəm /
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of, belonging to, or characteristic of an American Indian culture of the central and southern deserts of Arizona, about a.d. 450–1450, roughly contemporaneous with the Anasazi culture to the north.
the Hohokam culture.
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Origin of Hohokam
First recorded in 1935–40; coined by U.S. anthropologist and archaeologist Jesse Walker Fewkes (1850-1939) from O'odham huhugam “those who are gone,” a term applied to the ancient inhabitants of the pueblo ruins
Words nearby Hohokam
Hohenlohe, Hohenstaufen, Hohenzollern, Hohe Tauern, Hohhot, Hohokam, ho-hum, hoick, hoicks, hoiden, hoi polloi
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