noun, plural An·da·man·ese.
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Three years ago, the last member of the Bo people, one of the Great Andamanese tribes, died.In Andaman Islands, Indian Court Allows Return of a ‘Human Safari’|Jonathan Mazower|March 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
These ideas, to an Australian black, or an Andamanese, would seem dangerously blasphemous.Myth, Ritual, and Religion, Vol. 1|Andrew Lang
The Andamanese are small in stature—the men averaging about five feet, the women less.
This may be the case on the South Island; there is much testimony on the other side as regards the more savage Andamanese.
The forest tribes of Chittagong are much higher in the scale than the Andamanese, but they are nevertheless savages of a low type.
The street is used.1503 The Andamanese women are modest and very careful about decency of dress and conversation.Folkways|William Graham Sumner