noun, plural An·na·mese. Also An·nam·ite [an-uh-mahyt] /ˈæn əˌmaɪt/.
Origin of Annamese
noun, plural Vi·et·nam·ese.
Origin of Vietnamese
Examples from the Web for annamite
Historical Examples of annamite
Champa now became for practical purposes an Annamite province and in 1318 the king fled to Java for refuge.
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.
Most of the Chinese merchants are addicted to gambling, and to the use of opium; but the Annamite Christians are better conducted.
My Annamite was with me, and filled the office of interpreter, with a perfect tact which pleased the king.