Kaingang



[kahyn-gang] /ˈkaɪnˌgæŋ/

noun, plural Kaingangs (especially collectively) Kaingang.
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[kahyn-gang] /ˈkaɪnˌgæŋ/
noun, plural Caingangs (especially collectively) Caingang.
1.
a member of an Indian people of southern Brazil.
2.
a group of languages spoken by the Caingang, constituting a branch of the Ge family of languages.

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