Translation of Rastafarian in Spanish:

Rastafarian

rastafari, n.

Pronunciation /ˌrastəˈfɑːrɪən//ˌrastəˈfɛːrɪən//ˌræstəˈfɛriən/

noun

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    rastafari feminine
    • The two men were believed to be Rastafarians and members of an anti-Catholic cult.
    • I was part of the Holy Ground; the place the Rastafarians worshipped the leader of their clan, and their God.
    • The two suspects told police they are Rastafarians, but Rastafarian leaders on the island have denounced the attack.
    • This is why Rastafarians refer to the repressive outside world as Babylon.
    • Other Rastafarians denounced the violence, saying it violated the religion's belief in peaceful coexistence.

adjective

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    rastafariano
    • The Rastafarian religion inspired by Emperor Haile Selassie is what brought American Gladstone Robinson to Ethiopia 40 years ago.
    • Since 1930 an important part of Rastafarian theology is the idea of repatriation to Africa in order to escape oppression in ‘Babylon.’
    • Jamaica had its home grown Rastafarian revolution and Haiti's refusal to bow is famous.
    • The Kebra Negast is a book of Rastafarian spirituality and religious interpretations.
    • From Garvey's teachings, the Rastafarian movement emerged in Jamaica in the 1930s.
    • The two suspects told police they are Rastafarians, but Rastafarian leaders on the island have denounced the attack.