arawak arawak


  1. (n) a member of a widespread group of Amerindians living in northeastern South America
  2. (n) a family of South American Indian languages spoken in northeastern South America



  • Jeff Katz Plans a New Trip to Sleepaway Camp

    Camp Arawak is getting ready to open its doors for another summer. In an appropriately Halloween-timed announcement, Deadline is reporting that producer Jeff Katz has optioned the rights to the cult horror classic Sleepaway Camp and is looking to reboot the franchise on the big screen.
    on November 1, 2013     Source: Coming Soon


  1. Mr. Ingraham said, "a number of government buildings have sat condemned in the City of Nassau for a number of years. We will restore or demolish the Adderley Building and the Rodney Bain Building. We will demolish the old customs building on Arawak...
    on Jan 15, 2008 By: Hubert Ingraham Source: The Bahama Journal

  2. "This government will destroy the whole concept of the use of Arawak Cay as a beautiful gateway to determine that the best place was in the southwest New Providence. This government will destroy the whole concept of the use of Arawak Cay as a...
    on Jun 5, 2008 By: Perry Christie Source: The Bahama Journal

  3. "In its essence Garifuna is one of the Arawak family of languages," Palacio explains, "with borrowed words from Africans, who intermarried with Arawaks and Caribs. The French also had a significant impact on the Garifuna vocabulary when we...
    on Jul 25, 2007 By: Andy Palacio Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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