Definition of Tupian

1. a. Designating, or pert. to, a linguistic stock of South American Indians comprising the most important Brazilian tribes. Agriculture, pottery, and stone working were practiced by them at the time of the conquest. The Tupi and the Guarani were originally the most powerful of the stock, which is hence also called Tupi-Guaranian.



Definition of Tupian

1. Adjective. Of the Tupi, pertaining to the Tupi or Tupi peoples. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tupian

Tunisian
Tunisian Arabic
Tunisian dinar
Tunisian dirham
Tunisian monetary unit
Tunisians
Tunney
Tuohy needle
Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement
Tupac Katari Guerrilla Army
Tupamaros
Tupi
Tupi-Guarani
Tupi-Guarani language
Tupi-Guaraní
Tupian
Tupinambis
Tupinambá
Tupperware ladies
Tupperware lady
Tupperware parties
Tupperware party
Tupungatito
Tupungato
Turan
Turanian
Turanians
Turbatrix
Turbatrix aceti
Turcism

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