Andaki

noun An·da·ki \¦ändə¦kē, ¦an-\
variants: or

Andaqui

\¦ändə¦kē, ¦an-\

Definition of Andaki

plural

Andaki

or

Andakis

or

Andaqui

or

Andaquis

  1. 1a :  a Chibchan people of southern Colombia b :  a member of such people

  2. 2 :  the language of the Andaki people

Andaquian

\-ēən\ adjective

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Origin and Etymology of andaki

Spanish andaquí, of American Indian origin


First Known Use: 1824


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