aymara

adj.
Aymara.
f. & m.
1 Aymara.
2 Aymara.
* * *
= Aymara.
Ex. This book looks at the linguistic history of potato cultivation in the Andes by considering the Quechua and Aymara terminology associated with this crop.
* * *
= Aymara.

Ex: This book looks at the linguistic history of potato cultivation in the Andes by considering the Quechua and Aymara terminology associated with this crop.

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aymara1, aymará
adjective
Aymara (before n)
aymara2, aymará masculine, feminine
1 Aymara Indian
2 aymara masculine (idioma) Aymara
* * *
aymara, aimara
adj
Aymara
nmf
[persona] Aymara
nm
[lengua] Aymara
AYMARA
Aymara was the language of an ancient culture which flourished between the fifth and eleventh centuries at Tiahuanaco in what are now the highlands of Bolivia and which was subsequently conquered by the Incas. In the last fifty years there has been a renaissance in Aymara culture and the language itself, which today has over one and a half million speakers of its various dialects in the mountain areas of Peru, Bolivia and Chile. In December 2005 an Aymara speaker, Evo Morales, won a landslide electoral victory to become the first indigenous president of Bolivia.

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • Aymará — • Tribe of sedentary Indians inhabiting the northern sections of Bolivia Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Aymara     Aymará     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

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  • Aymara — [ī΄mə rä′] n. [AmSp, prob. < Quechua ] 1. pl. Aymaras or Aymara a member of a South American Indian people living mainly in Bolivia and Peru and believed to have been the builders of a great ancient culture that was later supplanted by that of …   English World dictionary

  • Aymará — Aymará, Stamm der Quichua Indianer in Südamerika auf dem Hochplateau der Andes zwischen 15. und 20.° südl. Br. Ihre Zahl, früher sehr bedeutend, wird auf 400,000 geschätzt, wozu noch 200,000 Mischlinge kommen. Von kleiner Statur (ca. 1,60 m), mit …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

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  • Aymara — La sauvegarde du patrimoine culturel immatériel des communautés Aymara de la Bolivie, du Chili et du Pérou * …   Wikipédia en Français

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