Yanomamo

/ˈjanəˌmɑːmi/

Origin

The name in Yanomami, literally ‘people’. (Source: lexico.com)

Definitions of Yanomamo

Yanomamo

noun

  1. a member of an indigenous people of southern Venezuela and neighboring Brazil who live in scattered villages in the rain forests and conduct warfare against one another continually.
  2. the family of languages spoken by the Yanomamo.

dictionary.com

Yanomamo

noun

  1. A member of a South American people living mainly in the forests of southern Venezuela and northern Brazil.
  2. Either of the two related languages of the Yanomami.

lexico.com

Yanomamo

adjective

  1. Relating to the Yanomami or their language.

lexico.com

Yanomamo

noun

  1. : an indigenous people inhabiting the rain forests of southern Venezuela and northern Brazil
  2. : the family of four closely related languages spoken by the Yanomami

merriam-webster.com

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