[nik-uh-bahr-eez, ‐ees, ‐bah-reez, ‐rees]
- a member of a people or group of peoples inhabiting the Nicobar Islands.
- the group of Austroasiatic languages spoken by the Nicobarese.
Origin of Nicobarese
First recorded in 1870–75
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Examples from the Web for nicobarese
This is done by the Nicobarese, Pueblo Indians, and other peoples.Evolution in Art
Alfred C. Haddon
They are monogamous, and, unlike the Nicobarese, marry for life.
The Nicobarese have not always been given a good character by their acquaintances.
As to the component parts of the Nicobarese, various suggestions have been made.
It consists of feasting, dancing, and singing, as do most of the Nicobarese observances.