Definición de Arawakan en inglés:

Arawakan

Saltos de línea: Ara|wak¦an
Pronunciación: /ˌarəˈwak(ə)n
 
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adjetivo

Denoting or belonging to a widely scattered family of South American Indian languages, most of which are now extinct or nearly so.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Fanning out from Hispaniola (modern-day Haiti/Dominican Republic), Spaniards enslaved Arawakan and Taino-speaking ‘Indians ‘for mining and agricultural enterprises.’
  • The group is in the Arawakan linguistic family.
  • This Karinya influence comes as a result of interaction between original speakers of an Arawakan language living in the Lesser Antilles and incoming Karina from South America.

sustantivo

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The Arawakan family of languages.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Prior to the arrival of the Portuguese, the native population spoke languages belonging to at least four major language families: Arawakan, Gê, Carib, and Tupi-Guarani.
  • Rouse suggests that Arawakan and Cariban are more useful designations for these linguistic stocks.
  • The Tupí-Guaraní family of languages is next to the Arawakan in geographical extent.

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