Carib

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Carib

1. a member of a group of American Indian peoples of NE South America and the Lesser Antilles
2. the family of languages spoken by these peoples
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At the same time, though Du Tertre retains some of the positive celebrations of Carib Indians from the earlier edition, in 1667, he points out that their adoption of Catholic practices is merely superficial.
Carib Indians aggressively prevented European settlement on St.
Ethnic groups: African descent (66%), mixed (19%), West Indian (6%), Carib Indian (2%), other (7%).
According to various accounts, the Africans who survived the wreck were either welcomed by the Carib Indians who inhabited the island or enslaved by them.
This dry flatbread called ariba is made from the root of the cassava--a shrubby plant grown as a food source in the tropics--and is a legacy of the Carib Indians.