Carib

  • (noun): A member of an American Indian peoples of northeastern South America and the Lesser Antilles.
    Synonyms: Carib Indian
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ISO 639:car
... Carib, also known as Caribe, Cariña, Galibi, Galibí, Kali'na, Kalihna, Kalinya, Galibi Carib, Maraworno and Marworno, is an Amerindian language in the Cariban language family ... Carib is also spoken in Brazil, Suriname, Guyana and French Guyana ... the Antillean creole include elements of Carib languages ...
Raymond Breton - Works
... was responsible for the following works A Catechism of the Christian Doctrine in Carib (Auxerre, 1664) A French-Carib and Carib-French dictionary, with copious notes, historical ... by Breton (in the Lesser Antilles) was Arawak, not Carib (though containing many Carib elements)" a Carib grammar (ibid ...
Subdivisions Of Belize - Demographics - Garinagu
... mix of West/Central African, Arawak, and Carib ancestry ... Throughout history they have been incorrectly labelled as Black Caribs ... language belongs to the Arawakan language family, but has a large number of loanwords from Carib languages and from English ...
Trinidad And Tobago Women's National Rugby Union Team - Results - Full Internationals
2003-12-03 (CARIB) Trinidad and Tobago 20-0 Jamaica Port of Spain 2003-12-04 (CARIB) Trinidad and Tobago 10-0 Jamaica Port of Spain 2006-09-29 (CARIB ...
Cayman Islands Women's National Rugby Union Team - Results - Full Internationals
2004-06-19 Jamaica 15-3 Cayman Islands Montego Bay 2008-05-05(CARIB) Guyana 41-0 Cayman Islands Georgetown, Guyana 2008-05-07(CARIB) Cayman Islands 7 ...

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    And deck the bananas in leaves
    Plucked from the Carib trees,
    Fibrous and dangling down,
    Oozing cantankerous gum
    Out of their purple maws....
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)