[ gah-lee-bee ]
/ gɑˈli bi /
noun, plural Ga·li·bis, (especially collectively) Ga·li·bi.
a member of an Indian people of French Guiana.
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Origin of Galibi
From Carib, dating back to 1890–95; see origin at cannibal
Words nearby Galibi
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British Dictionary definitions for Galibi
/ (ɡɑːˈliːbɪ) /
plural -bi or -bis a member of an American Indian people of French Guiana
the language of this people, belonging to the Carib family
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