Guarani

noun the language spoken by the Guarani of Paraguay and Bolivia
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Guaraní

Guaraní (gwäränē') , indigenous group living in the eastern lowland area of South America, related to the Tupí of the Rio São Francisco and the Tupinambá on the Atlantic coast. The Guaraní language is currently spoken by over 4 million people in...
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Guaraní

Member of an American Indian people who formerly inhabited the area that is now Paraguay, southern Brazil, and Bolivia. The Guaraní live mainly in reserves; few retain the traditional ways of...
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Guaraní

Member of an American Indian people who formerly inhabited the area that is now Paraguay, southern Brazil, and Bolivia. The Guaraní live mainly in reserves; few retain the traditional ways of hunting in the tropical forest, cultivation, and ritual warfare. About 1 million speak Guaraní, a member of the Tupian language group
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Guaraní

South American Indian group living mainly in Paraguay and speaking a Tupian language also called Guaraní. Smaller groups live in Argentina, Bolivia, ... [9 related articles]
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Guarani

The Guarani are South American aborigines found in central and south Brazil, Paraguay, Bolivia, Argentina and Uruguay.
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Guarani

The guarani is the currency of Paraguay.
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Guarani

[n] - the basic unit of money in Paraguay 2. [n] - a member of the South American people living in Paraguay and Bolivia 3. [n] - the language spoken by the Guarani people of Paraguay and Bolivia
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