Achagua

noun Acha·gua \ə-ˈchä-gwə\

Definition of Achagua

plural

Achagua

or

Achaguas

  1. 1a :  an Arawakan people of the upper valley of the Orinoco b :  a member of such people

  2. 2 :  the Arawakan language of the Achagua people

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Origin and Etymology of achagua

Spanish, of American Indian origin


First Known Use: 1801


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