Definition of tomhan in English:

tomhan

Pronunciation /ˈtɒmən/ /ˈtəʊmən/

noun

Scottish
  • A small hill, hillock, or knoll; (chiefly) a mound of a type formed by glacial moraines, typically found at the heads of valleys in the Scottish Highlands; especially such a feature identified in folklore as a dwelling place of fairies; a fairy mound.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in Anne Grant (1755–1838), author. From Scottish Gaelic toman hillock from tom hill + -an, suffix forming diminutives.