Definition of Guaranis
1. guarani [n] - See also: guarani
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Literary usage of Guaranis
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana (1883)
"MS. a widely extended family of Indians in South America, embracing the guaranis proper in Paraguay, among whom the Jesuits established their famous ..."
2. The History of Paraguay: With Notes of Personal Observations, and by Charles Ames Washburn (1871)
"The guaranis compared with other Indian Nations. — Theory of Naturalists respecting ... The guaranis only capable of Improvement and Religious Impressions. ..."
3. Ridpath's Universal History: An Account of the Origin, Primitive Condition by John Clark Ridpath (1899)
"The Western guaranis belong to a territory intermediate between that of the ... The Western guaranis are subdivided into minor tribes, some of •which, ..."
4. Steam Warfare in the Parana: A Narrative of Operations, by the Combined by Lauchlan Bellingham Mackinnon, Félix de Azara (1848)
"... CHAPTER V. Shallow Channel—Sufferings of Convoy's Crews— Monkeys—guaranis Indians—Steam, versus Sailing Vessels—Confidence of Men requisite for Officers ..."