(also Amerind /ˈamərind/)
adjective & noun
Another term for American Indian, used chiefly in anthropological and linguistic contexts.
More example sentences
- We wander around the hotel looking at the huge ice sculptures: fish, bears, Amerindians, Inuits in kayaks, and even the Statue of Liberty.
- St Lucia's customs are a blend of the African, Amerindian, East Indian and European.
- Tribal people like the Aborigines, Amerindians and Bushmen are the heirs to all the richness and diversity of the natural world.
See Indian (usage).
Definition of Amerindian in:
- The British & World English dictionary