Carib grass on muck soils is, from limited data, superior to Para grass both in yield and quality.
The population was largely Carib, a savage race given to cannibalism.
They were more martial and better sailors than any they had seen since they left the Carib islands.
The Carib women in Surinam think that large calves of the leg are a beauty.
The Spaniards had destroyed the original Carib and Indian inhabitants.
The Carib, with a sudden quick movement, bent low for a blow at his chest.
But that is not the Carib way; it would be a breach of loyalty.
When he arrived at camp he found everyone asleep but one Carib watchman.
Carib tradition was developed by artists from London and Paris.
Montbarts sat down in a chair, and then turned to the Carib.
1550s, from Spanish Caribe, from Arawakan kalingo or kalino, said to mean "brave ones" or else "strong men." As an adjective by 1881.