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 (yä′nə-mä′mē) or Ya·no·ma·mo (-mō′)
n. pl. Yanomami or Ya·no·ma·mis or Yanomamo or Ya·no·ma·mos
1. A member of a South American Indian people living in widely scattered villages along the Brazil-Venezuela border.
2. The language of the Yanomami.

[Yanomami yąnomamö, human being.]


(ˌyɑ nəˈmɑ mi)
n., pl. -mis, (esp. collectively) -mi for 1.
1. a member of any of a group of American Indian peoples of S Venezuela and adjacent parts of Brazil.
2. the family of four languages spoken by these peoples.
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In April 2015, the Washington Post reported that even people from an isolated village in Venezuela - part of the Yanomami tribe whose first had contact with the outside world in 2009 - carried germs resistant to some antibiotics.
It was brilliant to see them totally out of their comfort zone as they Carried On Up The Amazon to meet the Yanomami tribe.
Of course, I accept his encounter with the Yanomami tribe could've been tricky.
Of course, I accept his encounter with the reclusive Yanomami tribe could've been tricky.
Next week, the world's top footballers will descend on Rio, but on his own trip to Brazil, David and his three best friends travel deep into the rainforest to meet the Yanomami tribe who, despite living in one of the most soccer-obsessed countries in the world, have never heard of the sport.
Alongside his friends, Derek White and Dave Gardner, he travels - by motorbike and boat - to visit the remote Yanomami tribe, deep in the heart of the rainforest.
Beckham was joined by three friends to fly into Rio de Janeiro and then continue their journey by motorbike, canoe and plane to meet the remote Yanomami tribe, but even then his wife was not sure he would be able to keep his anonymity.
London, March 28 ( ANI ): David Beckham trekked deep into the jungle to interact with the Yanomami tribe and to film his documentary ahead of the World Cup, during his two-week trip to Brazil.
A group representing the Yanomami tribe, the Coordination of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon, issued a (http://assets.
Having said that, this documentary is about anthropologists and their interactions with people of the Yanomami tribe in the Amazon Basin.
For the following three years, as she travelled throughout both American continents, she discovered she was just as comfortable meeting the Yanomami tribe in the Amazonian jungle of Venezuela as she was interviewing music greats Milton Nascimento and Gilberto Gil in Brazil, or Luis Bunuel's legendary cinematographer Gabriel Figueroa in Mexico City.