- ['karɪb(ə)n]noun a family of South American languages including Carib, mostly extinct or nearly so.adjective denoting the Cariban languages.
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cariban — ˈkarəbən, ˌban; kəˈrēb noun ( s) Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: Spanish caribán, from caribe Carib 1. a. : a group of Amerindian peoples of northern So. America, the Lesser Antilles, and the Caribbean coast of Hondu … Useful english dictionary
Cariban — noun Date: 1901 1. a member of a group of Indian peoples of South America and the Lesser Antilles 2. the language family comprising the languages of the Cariban peoples … New Collegiate Dictionary
Cariban — Car·i·ban (kărʹə bən, kə rēʹbən) n. pl. Cariban or Cari·bans 1. Variant of Carib. 2. A language family comprising the Carib languages. Carʹi·ban adj. * * * … Universalium
Cariban — adjective a) Of, or pertaining to languages of the Cariban family. b) Relating to the Carib peoples. See Also: Carib, Caribbean … Wiktionary
Cariban — Carembault Pays de Carembault Région Nord Pas de Calais Département(s) Nord Superficie approximative 105 km² Villes principales … Wikipédia en Français
cariban — cari·ban … English syllables
Cariban — Ca•ri•ban [[t]ˈkær ə bən, kəˈri [/t]] n. peo a family of American Indian languages, many now extinct or moribund, concentrated in the Guiana region of South America, with lesser representation in E Venezuela, Colombia, and Brazil S of the Amazon … From formal English to slang
Cariban languages — Infobox Language family name=Cariban region= Mostly within north central South America, with extensions in the southern Caribbean and in Central America. familycolor=American fam1=Je Tupi Carib? child1=Guiana Carib child2=North Amazonian Carib… … Wikipedia
Cariban languages — Large family of South American Indian languages. It has an estimated 43 members; nearly half are now extinct, and most of the remainder have very few speakers. Most Cariban languages are spoken in southern Venezuela, the Guianas, and Brazil north … Universalium
South American Indian languages — Introduction group of languages that once covered and today still partially cover all of South America, the Antilles, and Central America to the south of a line from the Gulf of Honduras to the Nicoya Peninsula in Costa Rica. Estimates of… … Universalium