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Carib, Island Carib or Kalinago people, after whom the Caribbean Sea was named, live in the Lesser Antilles islands. ... Some ethnic Carib communities ...

ethnic groups in the caribbean, indigenous peoples of the caribbean, languages of the caribbean, tribal societies that have practiced cannibalism

Carib Aviation

Carib Aviation was an airline based in Antigua and Barbuda. ... Carib Aviation also operated the DOMINICA AIR TAXI service between Antigua, Saint Lucia ...

airlines disestablished in 2008, airlines of antigua and barbuda

USS Carib (AT-82)

|USN flag Launched: 7 February 1943 Commissioned: USS Carib (AT-82), 24 July 1943 Battle Stars: Not known Reclassified: (ATF-82), 15 May 1944 ...

ships built in south carolina, world war ii auxiliary ships of the united states, cherokee class tugs

USS Carib (ID-1765)

USS Carib (No. 1765), a converted commercial cargo ship, was acquired by the U.S. Navy for use during World War I. She served the Navy by performing ...

ships built in michigan, world war i ships

Carib language

Carib, also known as Caribe, Cariña, Galibi, Galibí, Kali'na, Kalihna, Kalinya, Galibi Carib, Maraworno and Marworno, is an Amerindian language in ...

cariban languages, languages of guyana, languages of suriname, languages of venezuela, languages of french guiana

Carib Grackle

The adult male Carib Grackle is 27cm long with a long wedge-shaped tail, although the latter is not so long as with other grackles.

birds of the lesser antilles, quiscalus

Carib Expulsion

The French forces of Pierre Belain d'Esnambuc and then his nephew Jacques Dyel du Parquet imposed French colonial rule on the indigenous Carib peoples.

history of martinique, forced migration, genocide, indigenous peoples of the caribbean, new france, 1660 in france


Je-Tupi-Carib is a proposed language family composed of the Macro-Je (or Macro-Gê), Tupian and Cariban languages of South America.

indigenous languages of eastern brazil, proposed language families, indigenous languages of central amazonia, indigenous languages of northern amazonia

Green-throated Carib

The Green-throated Carib (Eulampis holosericeus) is a species of hummingbird in the Trochilidae family. ...


USS Carib

'USS Carib is a name used more than once by the U.S. Navy: ... USS was launched 7 February 1943 by Charleston Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., ...

united states navy ship names