英 ['ærəwæk] 美 ['ærəwæk]
a member of a widespread group of Amerindians living in northeastern South America
a family of South American Indian languages spoken in northeastern South America
- The arawakan language of the arawak.
- Canoe is actually an Arawak word.
- The Taino were one Arawak group.
- The original inhabitants were Arawak native Americans who were gradually replaced by Caribs between 800-1000.
- The Arawak Indians paddled out in dugout logs, which they called canoes, and offered gifts to the strangers.
- The island was inhabited by Arawak Indians when it was settled by the Spanish in the early 16th century.
- Arawakan 阿拉瓦部落人,阿拉瓦语系...