adjective Sal·i·nar \¦salə¦när\

Definition of Salinar

  1. :  of or relating to a culture in northwestern Peru about the 6th century a.d. characterized by irrigated agriculture, use of the llama, weaving and metallurgy, adobe houses, reed-bundle boats, and distinctive pottery

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Origin and Etymology of salinar

from Salinar, locality in northern Peru, its type site

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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