noun /ˈæmərɪnd/

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  • Amerind — may refer to: * The word Amerind (a contraction of American Indian ) usually refers to the Indigenous peoples of the Americas, the peoples who lived in the Americas before the Europeans arrived in the continent; and to the modern ethnic… …   Wikipedia

  • Amerind — Amerind, gebräuchliche Zusammenziehung für amerikanische Indianer …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Amerind —   [ æmərɪnd], Kurzwort, entstanden aus der amerikanischen Bezeichnung American Indian als Benennung für die Indianer. Das Wort fand in der ethnologischen Literatur Amerikas begrenzten Eingang …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Amerind — 1899, coined by Maj. John Wesley Powell (1834 1902) at the Bureau of American Ethnology, where he was director, from AMERICAN (Cf. American) + INDIAN (Cf. Indian) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Amerind — Amerindisch, auch Amerind oder Amerindische Sprachen, ist eine von Joseph Greenberg vorgeschlagene Makrofamilie, die er in seinem Werk Language in the Americas von 1987 ausführlich beschreibt und begründet. Das Amerindische nach der Definition… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Amerind languages — Amerind is a putative higher level language family proposed by Joseph Greenberg in his 1987 book Language in the Americas . In this book Greenberg proposed that all of the indigenous languages of the Americas belong to one of three families.… …   Wikipedia

  • Amerind Foundation — The Amerind Foundation is a private, membership supported, nonprofit ethnological, anthropological, archaeological museum and research facility dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of Native American cultures and their histories. Its… …   Wikipedia

  • AmerInd — abbreviation American Indian …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Amerind — noun or adjective see Amerindian …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Amerind — Amerindic, adj. /am euh rind/, n. 1. Indian (def. 1). 2. any of the indigenous languages of the American Indians. [1895 1900, Amer.; AMER(ICAN) + IND(IAN)] Usage. See Indian. * * * …   Universalium

  • AmerInd — American Indian. Also, Amer. Ind. * * * …   Universalium

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