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Blend of American +‎ Indian or possibly American + indigenous, ca 1900.

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Amerind (plural Amerinds)

  1. An American Indian.
    The cultural hiatus associated with the Pine Pollen Zone suggests that Amerinds may have avoided the area.

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Amerind (not comparable)

  1. (linguistics, obsolete) Of or relating to a hypothetical higher-level language family including all of the indigenous languages of the Americas, excluding those that belong to the Eskimo-Aleut or the Na-Dene.

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