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See also: aymara
Aymara pl (plural only)
- An indigenous people of South America.
- 1991, Franz Josef Hausmann, “Aymara Lexicography”, in Wörterbücher / Dictionaries / Dictionnaires, page 2687:
- Because the Aymara are hungry for a good contemporary dictionary, and because there are so many non-Aymara needing a good dictionary (as shown by the active international participation), this dictionary attracted a lot of attention.
indigenous people of South America
- A language spoken in South America.
- 1988, Xavier Albó, “Bilingualism in Bolivia”, in Christina Bratt Paulston, editor, International Handbook of Bilingualism and Bilingual Education, page 97:
- In Potosi, Aymara is spoken in the Llica region, located north of the saltpan, and in the provinces comprising the region known as Norte de Potosi
language of South America
- The translations below need to be checked and inserted above into the appropriate translation tables, removing any numbers. Numbers do not necessarily match those in definitions. See instructions at Wiktionary:Entry layout#Translations.
- “Aymara” in Merriam–Webster Online Dictionary.
- Aymara–English Dictionary: from Webster’s Online Dictionary — the Rosetta Edition.
- Aymara language on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
- ISO 639-1 code ay, ISO 639-3 code aym. It is a family of related languages. The individual ones are:
Aymara m or f (plural Aymaras)
- member of the Aymara people