corial

noun
co·ri·al | \ˌkōrē¦äl\
plural -s

Definition of corial 

: a Guianan native dugout canoe

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History and Etymology for corial

American Spanish, of Arawakan or Cariban origin; akin to Arawak kuljara corial, Macusi kulial

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