noun, plural gua·ra·ni, gua·ra·nis.
Origin of guarani
noun, plural Gua·ra·nis, Gua·ra·nies, (especially collectively) Gua·ra·ni.
Examples from the Web for guarani
Historical Examples of guarani
Many of their customs were akin to those of the Guarani Indians.Uruguay
W. H. Koebel
On reaching the Guarani Missions, near Candelaria, in about lat.Buenos Ayres and the Provinces of the Rio de La Plata
He made a sign to the Guarani to follow him, and both quitted the tambo.
It may be the same word as Guarani, which also has this meaning.The Myths of the New World
Daniel G. Brinton
Emile, after having confided the two ladies to the care of the Guarani, had left the tambo, oppressed by a sad apprehension.