Guaraní [Term?], literally "men with fat", because they had a lot of fat in their diet.
Querandí pl (plural only)
- (historical) Indigenous South-American tribe who lived in the present Argentine province La Pampa.
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- Most troublesomely, the local indigenous population, the Querandí, were nomadic hunters, not settled farmers. There was no agricultural surplus for the Spanish to appropriate, and the mobility of the Querandí made them impossible to control.
Proper noun edit
- A language that was once spoken by these people.