Carib Language Notes
Carib is a language spoken in northern South America and the Caribbean. It belongs to the Carib family.
Most of the borrowed words from this language are the names of plants, animals or words to do with foods.
||wooden frame on posts
||Grilling food over a fire, originally on a wooden frame.|
||A type of crocodile.|
||Spanish version of a Caribbean tribe.|
||A type of boat.|
||A colourful bird.|
||A herbivorous sea mammal.|
[Borrowed Words (Cantonese)]
[Borrowed Words (Catalan)]
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