Translation of American Indian in Spanish:

American Indian

amerindio, adj.

adjective

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    amerindio
    de los indios americanos
    • The shape of the vessel suggests American Indian pottery or other archaic forms for which the glazing technique may have seemed especially appropriate.
    • The exhibition is comprised of more than four hundred objects - mostly paintings - but also American Indian objects once owned by the artist.
    • Many dishes are a delicate combination of South American Indian, Spanish, and African ingredients and cooking traditions.
    • Until about 20 years ago, the Navajo language was one of the most resilient American Indian languages in modern U.S. history.
    • Nevertheless, outwardly at least, Zitkala-Sa was a model product of nineteenth-century American Indian education.
    • In 1986 the Pope gathered together representatives of all faiths including a North American Indian shaman for a meeting in the Italian town of Assisi.
    • Another case in point can be found in the North American Indian language Kiowa.
    • Their faces are covered with feathered masks similar to North American Indian headdresses.
    • Understanding cultural differences and promoting multicultural programs could help retain many American Indian students, she said.
    • And there is a severe shortage of American Indian psychologists and other mental health professionals available to meet those needs.
    • As with other American Indian languages and cultures, those of the Navajos have undergone and continue to undergo tremendous changes.
    • The result is an engaging, if contrary, diatribe that should be of interest to students of American Indian communities and to students of photography.
    • Tom knew a Native American Indian chant that would help the showers go away.
    • Aboriginal markings and South American Indian body art are amongst some of the sources that provide students with a multicultural reservoir of ideas.
    • The program fosters interaction and supports productive scholarly activities with American Indian communities throughout the country.
    • The figures and shelter at the left acknowledge the persistence of American Indian communities in California despite the devastating impact of the gold rush.
    • Thus, a basic spiritualism and an African-based religious foundation merged in creating and popularizing the use of American Indian imagery.
    • A short time later Ripley was seen to get into his pick-up truck bearing a distinctive Native American Indian emblem and used for transporting broken-down coaches.
    • The beaded bags created from about 1900 to 1940 are among the most visually interesting examples of American Indian beadwork.
    • Students turn their attention to the study of American Indian tribes, including the Hopi, Navajo, Apache and others.

noun

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    indio americano masculine
    india americana feminine
    amerindio masculine
    amerindia feminine
    • It appeared that Navajos and other American Indians made up over ninety percent of those attending.
    • According to the legend, American Indians came to their aid, sharing indigenous foods such as maize and turkey.
    • But the chart toppers were not alone as punks, a mechanic and a North American Indian took to the streets of Whitworth to raise money for eight-year-old Rose.
    • Sumacs are regarded as sacred trees by the North American Indians, who make medicines from many parts of the plant.
    • The rain dance from the American Indians certainly worked, as on Friday afternoon there was a terrific downpour.
    • This is the third installment in a trilogy of works by the native theatre company that examines what it means to be North American Indian in the 21st century.
    • Morales is, importantly, the first South American Indian to lead a government in the continent.
    • That includes 1,550 Hispanics, American Indians and other ethnic minorities.
    • They were first created by the North American Indians and were used to capture pleasant dreams and stop bad ones.
    • My values are consistent with the American Indians, aborigines, and African people.
    • Spiced fruits came from the Arabs, the turkey was the food of the North American Indians.
    • This art of communication was developed by a Nepalese woman named Kwan and a South American Indian named Hatamo, who spent many years travelling and teaching.
    • But what about the flood legends of the American Indians and the Australian Aborigines?
    • This poem is an arresting comment on the similar experiences of oppression suffered by Maori and by American Indians.
    • Lacrosse is believed to have been first played by native American Indians in the 15th century, for recreation and to settle disputes between tribes.
    • Other people have taken up the fight - women, Hispanics, Asians, American Indians.
    • It has been used by the native North American Indians as a survival food over the centuries.
    • I have a Hebrew last name even though I am not Jewish, but North American Indian.
    • Catlin is justly famous for his paintings of American Indians (native Americans).