Cabot in his voyage had seen many silver ornaments in the possession of the Timb and guarani Indians.
Many of their customs were akin to those of the guarani Indians.
He made a sign to the guarani to follow him, and both quitted the tambo.
Emile, after having confided the two ladies to the care of the guarani, had left the tambo, oppressed by a sad apprehension.
On reaching the guarani Missions, near Candelaria, in about lat.
"You admirably understand my thoughts, seora," answered the guarani, respectfully bowing.
Its guarani name, according to Azara, is “Pitiayume,” which means little yellow-breast.
The Correntinos, who spoke guarani, could merely get permission at rare intervals to send a few boats up river.
It may be the same word as guarani, which also has this meaning.
The bulk, however, of the stock is Brazilian; indeed, Brazilian and guarani have been sometimes used as synonyms.