Related formsPe·ru·vi·an [puh-roo-vee-uh n] /pəˈru vi ən/, adjective, nounnon-Pe·ru·vi·an, adjective, nounpro-Pe·ru·vi·an, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for peruvian
Van der Sloot said that the “unexpected transfer may affect my mental health,” according to Peruvian press reports.
A Peruvian court subsequently convicted him of smuggling $150,000 out of the country and he was given a two-year prison sentence.
The CIA directed a source in the Peruvian Investigations Police to pursue the lead.
The first search and rescue mission mapped an effort to find two friends who had gone missing while hiking in the Peruvian Andes.
Our goal is to bring global awareness to a Peruvian textile industry.Put Down That Cashmere. There’s a New Luxury Wool in Town|Ann Binlot|December 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Although frequently enveloped in a damp fog, the Peruvian coastal towns are almost never subjected to rain.Inca Land|Hiram Bingham
The head is that of Ruminhauy, or Rumminaui, a Peruvian cacique.The Ceramic Art|Jennie J. Young
"Dthere ees no fear, Madame," says the Peruvian's voice outside.Under the Southern Cross|Elizabeth Robins
March 1st the Bethia Thayer, with more Peruvian guano, was also released on bond.Cruise and Captures of the Alabama|Albert M. Goodrich
When Robles and Urbina went to the Peruvian frontier the conservatives rose behind them.The South American Republics, Part II (of 2)|Thomas C. Dawson
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Culture definitions for peruvian
Republic in western South America, bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west, Ecuador to the northwest, Colombia to the northeast, Brazil and Bolivia to the east, and Chile to the south. Its capital and largest city is Lima.