Taino dictionary
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Freelang Taino-English dictionary

The Taino language is spoken by the Taino people of Puerto Rico and other islands of the Caribbean such as Cuba, Jamaica, and the Dominican Republic/Haiti. Many of these words are still used in Puerto Rican Spanish, especially in the rural areas. Many Taino words are used in American English such as hurricane, hammock, canoe, barbecue, tuna, tobacco, manatee and iguana to name a few. Taino is an Arawakan language.



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Word list information

This dictionary was made by Nova Saigo. Thanks to Muzammil Korsi for the latest update.

List status: © Nova Saigo

Taino > English: 1,458 words
English > Taino: 1,327 words

Last update: March 21, 2014
First upload: November 4, 2011



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