Definición de Cariban en inglés:

Cariban

Saltos de línea: Car|ib¦an
Pronunciación: /ˈkarɪb(ə)n
 
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adjetivo

Relating to or denoting a family of South American languages scattered widely throughout Brazil, Suriname, Guyana, French Guiana, Venezuela, and Colombia. With the exception of Carib, they are all extinct or have few speakers.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Rouse suggests that Arawakan and Cariban are more useful designations for these linguistic stocks.
  • They don't seem to be either Arawakan or Cariban, and they don't seem to be related to Warao either.
  • The latter had two aboriginal stocks, Arawakan and Cariban, which are also found in South America.

sustantivo

[mass noun] Volver al principio  
The Cariban family of languages.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In the aboriginal period the Cariban languages were important in the West Indies, Brazil, Peru, the Guianas, Venezuela, and Colombia.
  • By comparing negation in kari'ña with that of other languages of the same family, it is clear that it works in a very similar way in the different Cariban languages.
  • Spanish is the official language, but more than 30 Amerindian languages still survive, predominantly belonging to the Arawak, Cariban and Chibcha ethnolinguistic categories.

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