noun, plural An·na·mese. Also An·nam·ite [an-uh-mahyt] /ˈæn əˌmaɪt/.
Definition for annamite (2 of 2)
noun, plural Vi·et·nam·ese.
Related formspro-Vi·et·nam·ese, adjective, noun, plural pro·-Vi·et·nam·ese.
Examples from the Web for annamite
My Annamite was with me, and filled the office of interpreter, with a perfect tact which pleased the king.
There will be an Annamite seminarist to lead the caravan; he is a good fellow, and clever at that kind of work.
The Annamite Christians demanded forty ticals, and provisions both going and returning.
The firing party consisted of a platoon of Annamite tirailleurs.Where the Strange Trails Go Down|E. Alexander Powell
Quite otherwise is the character of the Annamite, who spares no pains over the cultivation and improvement of his ricefields.Indo-China and Its Primitive People|Henry Baudesson