Definition of Guaranies
1. guarani [n] - See also: guarani
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Guaranies
Literary usage of Guaranies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History of Brazil by Robert Southey (1817)
"... sent back the guaranies. The Bishop saw them begin their homeward march, and sent persons to follow them, that he might be sure counter-orders 11 ..."
2. Annual Register (1764)
"... of the guaranies, for the Chiquitas are not iefs numerous but much more ... the guaranies, fo that chrv need not be continually watched and attended in ..."
3. A Voyage to South-America: Describing at Large the Spanish Cities, Towns by Antonio de Ulloa (1758)
"... of the guaranies are all under one ... of the guaranies the king pay; ... over the guaranies; ..."
4. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"D'Orbigny thus describes the Mestizo, or mixed blend of people: "The mixture of the Spaniards with the guaranies produces men of large form, nearly white, ..."
5. A Voyage to South America: Describing at Large the Spanish Cities, Towns by Antonio de Ulloa, John Adams (1806)
"... is a different person from the superior of the guaranies: and with the produce, a fresh stock of goods is laid in. The principal intention of this is, ..."