Tupi Language Notes
Tupi is an Andean-Equatorial language spoken in the Peruvian and Brazilian Amazon.
Most words from this language are names of Amazonian plants and animals and their products.
||Pirate or adventurer.|
||Tropical tree with edible nut. One of many plant and animal words from Tupi.|
||Pungent red powder used as a spice.|
||South American racoon like carnivore.|
||The flour of the tropical Cassava plant.|
||South American percussion instrument.|
||Violet or purple tropical plant.|
||Voracious South American fish.|
||A South American bird.|
||squeeze out dregs
||Grains from Cassava plant used for sweets.|
||South American mammal with proboscis.|
[Borrowed Words (Tswana)]
[Borrowed Words (Turkish)]
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