- n. A person from Guyana or of Guyanese descent.
- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Guyana, the Guyanese people or the Guyanese language.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. of or pertaining to Guyana.
- adj. Of or pertaining to the inhabitants of Guyana.
- n. A native or inhabitant of Guyana.
- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of Guyana or its inhabitants
- n. a native or inhabitant of Guyana
- From Guyana + -ese (Wiktionary)
“Then there are the Afro-Guyanese, which is the second largest grouping, and then there are the Portuguese.”
“Born Janet Rosenberg in 1920, she was a student nurse at Cook County Hospital in Chicago when she met Cheddi Jagan, a dentistry student at Northwestern University and the eldest of 11 children of an Indo-Guyanese family of sugar cane workers.”
“And when the narrator falls in love with a Guyanese woman, he finds himself promising her material comforts and a commitment that he knows he can't provide, reprising the ageless deceptions of colonizers to win her over.”
“Unless I'm at McD's, I never eat ketchup in its pure form and always kick it up by adding whatever chili sauces I have at hand - be it Rooster Sriracha or sweet chili or homemade Guyanese pepper sauce.”
“Elaborating further, the veteran politician added that Chávez's aggressive behavior could pose a threat to a Brazilian road which stretched from the jungle city of Manaus all the way to the Guyanese border.”
“Elaborating further, the veteran politician added that ChÃ¡vez's aggressive behavior could pose a threat to a Brazilian road which stretched from the jungle city of Manaus all the way to the Guyanese border.”
“It was a recipe for a Guyanese sweet bread with a bright-pink coconut, cinnamon and fruit filling called Salara, and can apparently be described as having a "unique half bread, half cake sumptuous taste".”
“My Guyanese grandmother changed my life forever because when she saw what needed doing, she took charge.”
“Abdel Nur, a Guyanese citizen, pleaded guilty shortly before trial to providing support for the plot.”
“Just across the Nassau County line, Kissinger Rai, a Christian of Guyanese descent, was in his basement watching the New York Giants play the Dallas Cowboys when he went upstairs for a drink at about 9:40 p.m.”
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