noun, plural An·na·mese.Also An·nam·ite [an-uh-mahyt]. /ˈæn əˌmaɪt/.
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Example sentences from the Web for Annamese
In an Annamite saga a certain king wished to build a town on a site he had fixed upon.
An Annamite legend relates that a woodcutter found some fairies bathing at a lovely fountain.
Chinese has flooded the vocabularies of Corean, Japanese, and Annamite for centuries, but has received nothing in return.Language|Edward Sapir
Quite otherwise is the character of the Annamite, who spares no pains over the cultivation and improvement of his ricefields.
The Annamite thrashes the air with his whip and swears by Buddha that he is the victim of a pernicious conspiracy.