noun, plural Taí·nos, (especially collectively) Taí·no for 1.
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He began his evening on the fourth floor of the Taino Towers - near 123rd and Lexington Ave - in what was dubbed the VIP room.
He aimed at the historical attitude, and with some imitation of Taino's method and manner, he achieved it.The Quality of Mercy|W. D. Howells
This arrangement was called by the Taino Indians, a barbacoa from which we get the English equivalent, barbecue.Agriculture in Virginia, 1607-1699|Lyman Carrier