Aymara
adjective
1. (of Aymara origin) 
a. aymara 
The Aymara culture was attacked when the Europeans invaded the Inca Empire in 1532.La cultura aymara fue atacada cuando los europeos invadieron el Imperio Inca en 1532.
b. aimara 
I saw an Aymara woman herding her llamas when I visited northern Chile.Vi a una mujer aimara arreando sus llamas cuando visité el norte de Chile.
noun
2. (nationality) 
a. el aymara (M)la aymara (F) 
Evo Morales is an Aymara from the Chapare region.Evo Morales es un aymara de la región de Chaparé.
b. el aimara (M)la aimara (F) 
The Aymara live in Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, and Peru.Los aimaras viven en Bolivia, Chile, Argentina y Perú.
3. (language) 
a. el aymara (M) 
One of the oldest men in the world speaks Aymara and lives in Bolivia.Uno de los hombres más viejos del mundo habla aymara y vive en Bolivia.
b. el aimara (M) 
Aymara is one of Bolivia's official languages.El aimara es una de las lenguas oficiales de Bolivia.
Aymara [ˌaɪməˈrɑː]
adjective
aimara; aimará
noun
1 (person) aimara (m); aimará (m)
2 (Ling) aimara (m); aimará (m)

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aymara
adjective, masculine noun & masculine or feminine noun
1. Aymara
AYMARA Aymara was the language of an ancient culture which flourished between the fifth and eleventh centuries at Tiahuanaco (in the highlands of today's Bolivia), which was subsequently conquered by the Incas. In the last fifty years there has been a renaissance in Aymara culture and of the language itself, which today has over one and a half million speakers of its various dialects in the mountain areas of Peru, Bolivia and Chile.
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