from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A rodent quadruped of the family Geomyidœ and genus Thomomys (which see): so called from its fondness for the bulbs of the camass. T. talpoides, one of the Pouched rats or pocket-gophers, inhabits the northwestern United States and the adjoining portions of British America.
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