Taino Language Notes
Taino is a language spoken in the Caribbean.
Most words from this language are from South American plants.
|Tropical plant used to make flour.
|Caribbean tropical islands (also spelt 'keys' in USA).
|Edible orange coloured tropical fruit.
|Hanging bed made of canvas or netting.
|centre of the wind
|Violent Atlantic Ocean storm. The Asian version is called a 'typhoon'.
|Plant with tubers used for food. Originally from the Andes.
[Borrowed Words (Tahitian)]
[Borrowed Words (Tamil)]
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