noun, plural Ar·a·waks, (especially collectively) Ar·a·wak.
Examples from the Web for arawak
I have stated that I am doubtful as to whether totemism exists in Arawak.Werwolves|Elliott O'Donnell
An Arawak term for house, referring specifically to a dwelling with an open shed attached.Original Narratives of Early American History|Vaca and Others
No longer was it the gentle Arawak whom they encountered, but the ferocious cannibal.
If the Arawak was impatient of control, the Carib was even more independent.
His women had provision grounds like those of the Arawak, possibly because they came from that stock.