[an-dee-uh n, an-dee-]
- of or like the Andes.
Origin of Andean
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Examples from the Web for andean
Soon enough, I felt my own guts rebelling and stepped out into the crystalline Andean night.Spirit Tripping With Colombian Shamans
August 24, 2014
At least 50,000 families in the Andean highlands rely on herding alpaca for income and to sustain themselves.Put Down That Cashmere. There’s a New Luxury Wool in Town
December 2, 2013
But more than rogue diplomacy was on display in the Andean escape.Escape from Bolivia
September 2, 2013
What's more, many offer Andean music and folk dancers in traditional costume.Which Country Should Snowden Live In?
July 7, 2013
The Andean nation depends on the U.S. for trade deals that help employ over 400,000 people.Ecuador Needs U.S. Aid. Will They Risk It All with Snowden?
June 26, 2013
All the Andean people worshiped some object as an ancestral deity.The Prehistoric World
E. A. Allen
Not all the deep Andean valleys lie on or near the eastern border.The Andes of Southern Peru
On the west it is bounded by the Andean territory of Nequen.Argentina
W. A. Hirst
In the Andean valleys of the north-west it rises to a height of 7,500 feet.
In the west, the moist Andean zone is suitable for cattle-breeding.
- of, relating to, or resembling the Andes
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