[ too-pee-gwahr-uh-nee, too-pee- ]
/ tuˈpiˌgwɑr əˈni, ˈtu pi- /
a family of Indian languages including Tupi, Guarani, lingua geral, and many others of central South America.
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OTHER WORDS FROM Tupi-GuaraniTu·pi-Gua·ra·ni·an [too-pee-gwahr-uh-nee-uhn, too-pee-], /tuˈpiˌgwɑr əˈni ən, ˈtu pi-/, adjective, noun
Words nearby Tupi-Guarani
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Example sentences from the Web for Tupi-Guarani
A twofold destruction befell the original Tupi-Guarani people of Brazil.
The conception of natural phenomena among the Tupi-Guarani tribes is no less curious than their theories of creation.
British Dictionary definitions for Tupi-Guarani
a family of South American Indian languages spoken in Brazil, Paraguay, and certain adjacent regions: possibly distantly related to Quechua
Derived forms of Tupi-GuaraniTupi-Guaranian, adjective
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