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Translation of guanche in English:

sustantivo masculino y femenino

  • (aboriginal inhabitant of the Canary Islands)
Example sentences
  • Los antiguos habitantes de este archipiélago eran los guanches, quienes hablaban una lengua bereber.
  • "La raza canaria desaparece como desapareció ""El último guanche"" Lenta y progresivamente nos extinguimos."
  • Desde incluso antes de la conquista de Canarias ya servía de sustento para los guanches.

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